This incredible, bronze statue sits in a nondescript square in a town outside of Toulouse, France. The sculpture is the remarkable creation of French artist Bruno Catalano. His sculptures are detailed and leave a great deal to the imagination, often causing individuals to wonder if the work, or life we pack into our briefcases robs us of the very essence of our humanity? Catalano’s deep, thought – provoking works of art inspire this weeks photo challenge – transmogrify.
This post is part of the Weekly Photo Challenge – Transmogrify.
More 2 Explore will be on a three week hiatus taking in loads of family, friends and familiar surroundings. Ahh….
In the interim, here are a few photos from our journey to Burgundy, France in March. Be well and make the most of those long summer days!
As part of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Door, here is one we stumbled upon in the tranquil hilltop town, Cordes-Sur-Ciel in the region of Midi-Pyrenees, France. This is a nice quite town, at least when we visited in April.
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A recent (quick) trip to Paris, afforded me 90 minutes to see a few sights before a long meeting. The weather was very cooperative. Here is a view of the Eiffel Tower from The Trocadero. Soon to post: Tips relating to Business Travel and taking advantage of some free time, even it it is only an hour.
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Just over the border from Switzerland, in Leymen, France, lies the ruine of Landskrone Castle. The castle accessible by tram 11, makes for a beautiful day hike, a wonderful opportunity for guests or a lovely frolic through times past. For more information and images of Landskrone, we invite you to another post.
This post is part of the Daily Posts’ Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken