A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
A beautiful statue for a great man!
Didn't know he was also popular up there. He looks quite stately!
"I'm ready for that close-up," Mr. DeMille
He looks proud to be there!
I didn't know you had horses up there, too! 'Tis a fine tribute to a man instrumental in securing our "freedom" from ze British!Hope you're having fun on the golf course!
Terrific capture and a great looking statue! He did get around, didn't he? Love the first capture against the sky! Hope your week is off to a great start, Jack! Enjoy!Sylvia
That is a beautiful statue! We have quite a few things named after him here. He was given a parcel of land near Tallahassee known as the Lafayette Land Grant by the US Congress back in 1824, but he never even visited it.
This is a really nice set, Jack. The first shot is so sharp. In the second, the statue really contrasts nicely with the building.
Beautiful statue,and the first photo is great!
Lafayette was really quite a guy...really got around!!
Very nice shots. Love the statue!
Both rider and horse look quite regal! Love the statue against that building.
I love the patina on this sculpture. So grand!!
Love the verdigris colour against the blue sky!
Very impressive sculpture, I also love the color!Léia
Ah, yes! Lafayette who played such an important part in the American Revolution.
Haha! A french man! he made a lot for the friendship between our two countries!
And don't forget the turtle at the bottom!
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