Stirling, Scotland, taken on July 23, 2016
If I remember correctly from the description of this wooden sculpture, the only bomb to have hit Stirling during World War II fell on a football field. This sculpture was designed by an elementary school student to commemorate the event.
Ottawa, Canada, taken on May 23, 2016
When I saw the sculpture of this gigantic spider in front of the Notre-Dame in Ottawa, I was quite intrigued and had to go take a closer look. It’s surprising that it hasn’t scared away everyone considering how many people are afraid of spiders. The two ladies taking a selfie definitely weren’t intimidated!
San Sebastian, Spain, taken on April 1, 2012
I love sculptures and I’ve seen a fair share of strange ones, like this kid…choking a goose? Maybe there’s a dark story behind it…who knows.
Lisbon, Portugal, taken on March 27, 2016
As I had mentioned last week, Lisbon is full of amazing public art. I really have no idea how the artist did it, but the sandy guy on the right was peeing right into the well! Impressive…and amusing!
Paris, France, taken on June 23, 2012
The couple engraved here seemed to be sharing an epic, fervent moment before their lips touched each other in a passionate kiss. Nice photobomb by guy in the back though 😛