Real and posed faces in Brussels, Belgium. 📸
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That guy looks very cool lol
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Is it art of begging or art of modern life of the lost.???????
Good question. 🙂
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That is so clever. Well done!
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This living statues are to be found all across Europe these days! Nice capture
I didn’t know they were referred to as ‘living statues’ so thank you for that info. 🙂 They truly are amazing.
They are….and very surprising when they suddenly and unexpectedly move😆💕
Wow. I couldn’t stand still that long!
I like the real face on the Brussels man but the silver and gold silent statues were stunning, Judy. Hapy week to you!
Judy, I’m always in awe of these performers. I couldn’t stay that still, for love or money 😊
I saw living statues for the first time in downtown Chicago.
Absolutely fascinating! Couldn’t pull myself away! The ones I saw were more “normal.” These have a quality that give you pause about the intended message.
Wonderful shot! Very, very striking.
‘Statues’ want some money and the guy hurries on his business. Well done Judy!
These guys can be so scary when you think they are a statue and then they move.
That is the truth for sure. 🙂
Whenever I see those living statues with all that paint type make up, all I can think of is what it’s doing to their skin! Must be a bear to scrub off.
Great picture! I didn’t know they were called living statues either but I saw them once at the museum and they are amazing!
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