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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Wordless Wednesday - Greetings from Moscow

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Fountain by Zurab Tsereteli in Alexander Garden, Manege Square

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  1. I never cease to marvel at the ability of truly artistically talented sculptors creating realistic living motion from unmoving stone.

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  2. How exciting to be in Moscow! I want to see more.

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  3. Wow! What a gorgeous set of photos! I love how lifelike these horses are. This is a really good sculpture.

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  4. truly a beautiful sculpture! Thanks for sharing...Happy Wednesday!

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  5. They are excellent..as are your pics.

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  6. Definitely a nice photos of these sculpture!

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  7. From Russia With Love..great horse power

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  8. Emma and Buster visiting for WORLDLESS WEDNESDAY.

    Have a good day.

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  9. Those are some powerful looking horses.

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  10. Beautiful sculpture. It must be lovely filled with water.

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  11. Are they being repaired, no water? The raging horses look strong and nice! Someone gave me a carving with similar horses on 2 legs for good Feng Shui purposes!

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    1. it was winter when i visited the place. the fountains are kept completely dry during winter months as water in the fountains turns into ice and could cause cracks and damage to the sculptures.

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  12. What a beauty?! I'm imagining how they look like with water. I love this kind of sculpture. Breathtaking!

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  13. they looks new and well maintained, but old or new, the artist's ability to sculpture such replica never fail to amaze me.

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