July 15, 2010

Ta-da!


And here you can see both of the animals from yesterday's post!

12 comments:

Hilda said...

I looked at your post yesterday too — this is so cool! Strange, but cool! ;)

NYC In Photographs said...

Interesting view. Very nice!

B SQUARED said...

Amazing what you can see walking around with a camera.

arabesque said...

haha, no peeking pls! ^0^
the previous ones were serious, but this one is indeed funny!

Lois said...

Interesting! I'll bet there is a story behind that one.

Dindin MK said...

:)
what an artist done!
why does he/she choose elephant and lion? is there a meaning?
Nice capture, Kaori...

Tall Gary said...

You must have been surprised when you walked past. Thanks for sharing your surprise with us.

It reminded me at first of some open-work transoms (欄間彫刻)between two rooms at Nijo Castle in Kyoto. The open spaces are the same on both sides but the designs on each separate side, in each of the two rooms, is different. This isn’t what I was thinking of, exactly, but if you imagine both sides as having completely different designs you could have a kind of sculptural predecessor of your elionaphant.

ρομπερτ said...

What a challenge to bring these two lifes together - nicely set in scene by your photography. Please have a great Friday.

daily athens

EG Wow said...

You did some very good shooting in yesterday's post to conceal the fact that they share the same body!

T. Becque said...

Does it have some meaning? I would be interested to know!

Kaori said...

Thanks for the comments! I thought whoever made this was pretty clever :D

Dindin MK, T. Becque,
I tried to find something about this but I really have no idea why this was made! I'd like to know, too :D

Louis la Vache said...

What a cleverly designed statue!

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