This is my first entry for Marsha & Cee’s Photographing Public Art Challenge. Buried deep in my ‘places’ photo files, I came across these two images that I captured some years ago at the Grand Junction Visitors Center in Colorado. I don’t think I’ve ever had the opportunity to show them before so, thank you, Marsha, for this challenge. Unfortunately I didn’t make a note of the artist’s name. We only made brief stops in Colorado as we were on our way home but I thought these two pieces merited a few shots.
Very powerful statues. I love both of them, both very Western, but so different.
Thanks for stopping by, Marsha. I’m glad you liked these.
Both of these statues are so wonderful. I adore your photos. 😀
Thank you, Cee!
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Congratulations! I featured your post on PPAC for the week.
I hope you have a terrific weekend.
Thank you so much, Cee!
You are very welcome 😀
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Hi – your gran junction art really do have a nice Colorado vibe
And the couple of times I have been i grand junction was also while on the way somewhere – cool little town
Thanks for stopping by, Yvette.
Oh my, the horse is amazing!! 😮
Yes! It certainly was eye-catching.
Sadly because covid I cant do my hobby 😦
That seems to be the case with many of us. Hopefully better days ahead.