Wayzata, Minnesota

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The Mag- Incognito

In order to properly observe without being caught, you have to be incognito.  This method works especially well if, you're a statue.

Have you ever met a sculpture of a sculptor?

Well, now you have.
Although, if you blink your eye, he may disappear.

 Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, 
sculptor of the Statue of Liberty.

Did you hear the legend about statues that secretly
harbor a person, and on unique occasions these statues spring to life?
What! You never saw Night at the Museum?

Meet Wandering Joe Ares.


Sculptor carves away
chipping on his block of stone
fashioning this man-

Not every statue
is a willing stone soldier
Selfie junkie snaps

Flee this pedestal
before the statue patrol
catches your escape.

Don't forget, to wash your hands!


Cranberry Morning said...


TexWisGirl said...

thought the first was quite brilliant! the second made me LOL!

eileeninmd said...

Funny! I enjoyed Night at the Museum..The last shot is hysterical, I hope he washed his hands, lol. Happy Wednesday!

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

You are just so, so very good! Thanks!!

RedPat said...

Fun! ;-)

Jeanie said...

LOVE the sculptural selfie! Definitely rising to THIS challenge!

Tess Kincaid said...

Flee the pedestal! Perfect.

Kathe W. said...

hahahah excellent as usual!

Kutamun said...

They will dig up these little narco- cotta warriors in aeons to come and they will be our lasting legacy ..great line about the sculpture of the sculpture ironic !

Maria said...

Thought provoking, in a way.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Too funny!