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Another Place

 Silently they stand. No eyes, unblinking. Crusty iron skin flaking. Unyielding, immovable. 

 Reflected in both the sea and the sky. Standing tall.
 As the tide retreated, more appeared.
A giant of a wooden day mark 
New towers and old. 
I walked near this huge edifice - intimidated by it's gigantic scale. 

Our last outing of our holiday. Antony Gormley's 'Another Place' Strange, intriguing, magical. We visited nearly all of the 100 figures. Each man standing nearly 6 foot tall and weighing 650 kg. Some stood tall and other semi-submerged in the icy blue sea.

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  1. Oh how I love your wonderful photographs (I am beginning to run out of superlatives!). I must visit that place too, when I have time!

  2. Love the effect of a reflection you have in pix two and three. Looks like one photograph.even though they don't actually fit together. A sort of optical illusion. xx

  3. That is impressive...my first thought was what is that person doing standing in the water and then scrolling down I saw there were more !!! Brilliant photos and a remarkable idea! Very mystical!!!

    keep well

    Amanda x

  4. Beautiful pics Hawthorn, and very interesting indeed, thank you! Joy xo


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