The statue of Breogán, a mythical king from Galicia, is located in La Coruña, Spain. Behind the statue stands the iconic Torre de Hércules (translated into English as the Tower of Hercules), which is the oldest Roman lighthouse still operational today.
One of thousands of sculptures showing fantastic body language and expression - we walked until we could walk no further!
A gust of artistic wind has this statue holding onto his hat, awaiting his train
Perhaps the wind from the zippy Eurostar train is causing this man's jacket to fly backwards
South side of the Thames, near City Hall
Another rainy day which meant less people to get in the way of this shot of th Fontana di Trevi - Rome, Italy.
"Rape of the Sapine Women" is just one of the many statues at Loggia della Signoria - Florence, Italy.
Statue of Qi Baishi in Guilin, where he visited in 1905 on his travels around China.
One of the impressive works of stonemasonary inside the Forbidden City. This one includes dragons which are considered to bring luck in China.
There were many beautifully detailed buildings in Dresden and I couldn't help taking a picture of this amusing face adorning the top of a doorway.
This interesting statue was for sale in small store off the beaten path in Berlin.
You might find some more related photos through these galleries