Forever fascinated by lamps or street lights like the one above as we don't seem to have many on our Island like this one.
Both photos are fantastic!
I suppose it's fun watching that kind of championship.As for the bronze statue, the dog's look at the bike's rider is priceless!
Yes that dogs look is rather priceless never noticed it until you mentioned it..I'm not into watching the penny Farthing races but so many are.
I am not awareof Penny Farthing races here but they put on displays at fetes which also show how the men and women dressed at the time. Knee breeches for men similar to the man in your sculpture but long dresses for women!
That sounds interesting then Rosemary. The women down here wear long period costumes when the Penny Farthing race day is on and riders come from all over Australia to compete.
A mí me llama también mucho la atención la farola. Además de iluminar de noche son muy decorativas.Besos.
It is nice that lamp.
Time Traveller statue looks really nice.
Yes it does look good and big enough not to fall over it.lol
Sin duda, la farola tiene su toque a la hora de iluminar 🤦♂️ Buen reportaje, Margaret 👏Un abrazo.
I'm always pleased when I see these older type lamps for some reason..
Only yesterday I watched a program about a man repairing a Penny Farthing and thought how difficult they would be to ride. Love that lamp too.
Well that's amazing then you see my post, this doe happen sometimes.
Ha ha, how does to ride on Penny Farthing??????????
With great difficulty I expect...lol
The city looks so European. Such a finesse and artistic.
Guess it does by photos I've seen, being built way back by convicts and immigrants on models of homes back from whence they came I suppose.
Interesting that there was a Church of England and Presbyterian church but not a Catholic church.
Indeed Andrew, there was a Catholic Church in Evandale - a link https://www.evandaletasmania.com/st-marys-catholic-church.html#:~:text=Mary's%20at%20Evandale%20was%20the,the%20porch%20facing%20the%20side.
The artist really captured the dog!
He sure did Bill.
Must have been quite a chore just to get up onto the seat.
Have seen them getting up a big jump and often they get up from the back wheel.
The time trailer is Captivating but the dog's gesture is really touching and beautiful.Hugs and blessings to you and your family my friend!
Thank you Baili.
Duas belas fotografias.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Two lovely images, the marvelous penny farthing statue and the old-fashioned lamp. And thank you for the links, I shall enjoy those.
You are welcome Denise.
I loved that sculpture when I saw it. Thanks for the links.
You are welcome Diane.
Muy bonitas imagenes, amiga
I do like the bronze sculpture 'Time Traveller'.Two very nice photographs on your post.All the best Jan
I want to get on a spatial transfer machine to see this stature now .
Do you, well it becomes intriguing to know.
A Penny Farthing is a rare sight in this day and age.
They sure are Andy.
What an interesting name "Time Traveller"! It looks great.
Not sure why it's called that name, didn't find anything on it so far.
Thank you for calling and your comment."No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." Aesop