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The Fake Fakir in Piazza Navona

If you google photos of Piazza Navona, you’ll see this guy. He’s there all the time – must be ripe pickings. This is one of the more inventive “living statues” I’ve seen in European cities – while perhaps not as out there as the guy reading the newspaper while on the toilet or as mechanically involved as the stationary bicyclist, the faux levitation is quite clever.

Photography

confetti weekly #44 - week 45

From last week on Confetti is preparing for some TOP SECRET job near the Ramblas in Barcelona! The execution will take place at the beginning of December this year. 21 more words

ILLUSTRATION

End of season blues...

What a crazy weekend!  We got a VERY late start out Friday night and the skies opened up just as we reached Plymouth- that’s only half an hour from our house!   320 more words

Art

New York State Fair Time!

It has been the longest in days between the end of last year’s New York State Fair and the the start of this year’s Fair. It really is the end of Summer. 63 more words

New York

Marvellous Maastricht and Luverley Luxembourg!

Leaving the Nijmegen region after an excitement packed week, Bruce ventures to the most southern tip of the Netherlands to Maastricht. The oldest Dutch city was full of people on… 892 more words

European Trip 2015

frozen

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One minute, the square full of life. Sounds. Smells. Motion.

Then. Silence. Stillness. People frozen in place.

Living statues of that moment.

Homeless man. Boy with bike. 40 more words

Flash Fiction

There are statues and there are living statues

If the last month has been about anything, it’s been about stillness by way of statuary. And yet, September, with ‘la rentrée’, is really about the complete opposite of the static, more the freneticness (as opposed to frenzy) of dense boulevards of traffic as Paris fills up again. 760 more words