Glenties, co. Donegal
Not too sure. Maybe it is just an art installation for harmony?
It looks funny!
You will have to be relentless in your quest to find the answer, Bill.
It is an interesting sculpture. It looks like a parent and a child? Take care, enjoy your day!
...this open open to interpretation.
Reach out to each other when you are far from others?
Very interesting art! A conversation piece indeed!
Interesting sculptures, we will have to know their meaning.Best regards.
A very strange sculpture indeed. We have like that, some in Lagos. The most bizarre, everyone calls the roundabout the 'Black Ball'. The artist calls it 'Man's time on Earth' !... Hugs, dear Bill.https://fototeca.cm-lagos.pt/monumentos-e-patrimonio/rotunda-da-bola
Thanks for the link, Majo.
I wonder if a local librarian would know the answer? It is interesting! Happy Thursday- xo Diana
That is curious.
Very strange indeed.
Very interesting art! Looks very different.
Maybe there is a little sign hidden in the grass giving the info, Bill.
These pieces have really got you thinking. Why? Interesting pieces out in a field by themselves.
Son muy atrayentes esas figuras. A ver si buscando en google, encuentras la explicación.
This is a great looking sculpture, but one never knows what the artist was thinking. Perhaps he or she wanted us to work it out for ourselves. Loneliness? Longing? Who knows.
…And the circles? Curious!
Una foto increble. Saludos
It looks like they are pointing to or at each other...
Got me. But it's interesting!
Some form of art perhaps
We have so many weird statues here in Las Vegas so when I see something like this I just chalk it up to the the artists imagination while making it.
Very strange monuments. :)
Not entirely, but in a way this sculpture reminds me of "Hands across the Devide" in Derry.
It looks like they are reaching out to each other.Is there a local library or civic office that may know more about this sculpture?All the best Jan
Interesting!! Wonder what it is all about.
Bella foto te mando un beso.
Genial escultura, te mando un beso. https://enamoradadelasletras.blogspot.com/
Well that is certainly different.
How very odd!
Who knows, but it's unusual.
I asked to the Google, but couldn't find the answer:)))
It looks really cool!
Uma escultura curiosa! Mais um momento muito bem apanhado!Parece o símbolo do infinito... talvez o significado seja... juntos para sempre...Um grande abraço!Ana