waiting


this pup 
was
 waiting
 outside
 a gallery
 on
 Canyon Road 
hoping to be bought 
and
 installed
 in a forever home 
he's bronze and life size

is a must see
 in 
Santa Fe
 there are galleries
 interspersed
 with
 old homes
 from 
one end of 
Paseo Paseo 
to the other

14 comments:

  1. Finally a pooch you don't have to walk or clean up after.

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  2. for a moment I thought it was a deer
    the surroundings look lovely

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  3. Oh I would so love to take this one home. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I love your dog. Very lifelike. Canyon road is a must do in Santa Fe.

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  6. [Almost] all the fun, and none of the responsibility! Had to look twice to be sure he wasn't alive, though. Gorgeous.

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  7. Oh this one doesn't need to be walked two or more times a day! I could really appreciate that!

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  8. Oh, what an interesting one. So realistic. I worked for a man who had a statue the likes of which I'd never seen before. He put it by a stand of bushes. It was a bronze of a man in a suit who looked like he was about to use the outdoor restroom. Very realistic. I would have rather spent all that money on something else, though!

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  9. Very cute post for your Waiting theme. Bronze sculptures can be so realistic and lovely in the right setting. It's yet another artistic skill that I admire.

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  10. One of the best waiting photos every. It make be laugh to see the bronze. I love wandering around such arty areas ... so much to take in.

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  11. I appreciate the workmanship, but anything so lifelike that doesn't move is just too creepy yeh!

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