Colossus comes to Tumbarumba – #WordlessWednesday

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday where the photos tell the story – it’s easier said than done!

You can read more about Wordless Wednesday here in Hugh’s post: How to Participate in Wordless Wednesday Photography Challenge.

Deb 🙂

PS: A sneak peek at what it’s all about! (Hope this isn’t cheating on Wordless Wednesday.

Also joining Denyse for Wednesday’s Words and Pics (without the words today).

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21 Replies to “Colossus comes to Tumbarumba – #WordlessWednesday”

  1. That’s a spectacular sculpture, Debbie! Is there a particular story behind it, and particularly behind the choice of design (do you call it that when it’s art? I’m too ignorant in the world of art)?

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    1. I’m not sure Susanne, except to say it was part of a series the artist has done. It’s based on the Colossus of Rhodes but apart from that I’m not sure. It’s very cleverly done!

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  2. There is such strength in the newest statue for your town….and for you to produce a very close to ‘wordless’ Wednesday too.
    Thanks for being part of the link up for Wednesday’s Words and Pics and sharing your post. It’s always great to see you join in. See you next week…and it’s November already! Denyse.

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    1. Thanks Denyse, it’s a great story behind the whole Ukrainian artist and our town getting a sculpture trail. We are supported by the Sculpture by the Sea people and very fortunate!

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    1. It really is magnificent Donna, we are so lucky to have it join our others ones in the sculpture trail. The ‘no words’ isn’t easy but I can do it! Thank you 😊

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  3. Hi Deb, Fancy having a sculpture like that in Tumbarumba! It looks like something you’d see in Rome or Italy somewhere. You must be cultured folk out that way! 😉

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    1. Yes Min we’re very fortunate to have this new sculpture to add to those already in our shire – it’s a spin off from the Sculpture by the Sea people, taking culture to the back blocks!!

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