wow! definitely! gave me shivers!
They indeed look real - even in red! I can almost see these folks sitting around a fire, commiserating or even chanting. Art expands our horizons, the same for these gentlemen..
Excellent captures! They do look lifelike, a bit eerie really!
Magnificent photos. Great sculptures, I do. Greetings.
Wow, they look so real. Nice shots.
very cool photo's.... i enjoy this type of creative art!!i liked your "mellow yellow" post as well!!
Somebody had loads of fun putting this arrangement together!CLAD IN REDWhenas in red my Julia’s clad,Then, then (methinks) she’s wicked bad—Like Hester Prynne, but not so sad.Next, when I cast mine eyes and seeThose crimson skirts flow full and free,Her sweet seductions taketh me!(With apologies to Robert Herrick, 1591-1674)© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherRed Lichen
I wonder why they were painted red but they certainly make a perfect entry for RT.My entries:Moms...Check NyoYummy-as-can-be
omg they look real!RT
Liz, I think they were monks
Great shots, they look so real.
Absolutely perfect for Ruby Tuesday! Cool stuff!
Great Ruby Tuesday capture. If they were green they'd look like frogs!
Wow! YOu could never tell that these are not living , breathing , people. Pretty amazing!
Oh goodness they do look "real" - What a great place this was to get so many cool and interesting photos.
at first look at thought they are humans wrapped in red silicon..truly lifelike! awesome shots!thanks for visiting my red
They look like living statues. Did you touch one Carole to see if he was real? LOL Great sculptures!
Perfect for Ruby Tuesday!Visiting a bit late for Ruby Tuesday! Hope you can visit me too:)http://www.loveablecassandra.com/2011/11/watching-tv-with-her-new-red-shoes.html
Very odd art installation! Perhaps made more odd by the fact that each individual looks like all the others. Kind of like a hall of mirrors, only different!
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