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Two dwarfs statue by Tomasz Moczek and a pedestrian’s legs, Swidnicka Street, Wroclaw, Poland
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Very nice image
i like the tension of movement here. great balance of shapes, lines, and tones. well done.
I would just love to hear what the dwarfs are saying!“i thought you where pushing” “i thought you where pulling”
Well done. I like the contrast between the static statue and the movement of the legs.Ciao. Barbara
I had forgotten about these characters until I saw this and it brought a smile to my face. How easy it is to walk past without noticing – the legs portray that beautifully. It reminds me of one of those films where the little people get up to all sorts of adventures while the humans walk past oblivious. What a great shot beautifully observed.
im totally agree with Barbara, bellisimo!!
I love this, it so reminds me of the movie Labrynth with David Bowie, thanks for sharing :)) k
Oh – wait a minute I want that ball!!!!! they CAN’t have it!!! lol!!! This is only tooo cute! The pedestrian’s legs give this the perfect fun and perspective!!! Absolutely fantastic and well timed work!! LOVE it!
Lol, oh my goodness, that’s so awsome! Amazing shot!