I took this photo in Berlin, but I can’t remember where now. Doesn’t it look like the statue on the right is getting ready to whack that poor woman in the head?
Hee hee! Outside one of the museums on the island perhaps?
Maybe, but I think I went to the museums on a different day. Doesn’t mean I wasn’t there twice. I tend to get turned around quite a bit when traveling (and in my own neighborhood).
Yes, for leaning her bicycle on the pedestal 😉
A tough neighborhood if that’s how they enforce their policies.
I like the poster in the middle (FASHION) with some sort of Elizabethan? dress and the two ancient style statues on either side.
It’s an interesting mix of styles in a small space.
i loved the bear statue, in the little grove of trees.
Ha! Good capture. You just can’t trust those statues.
Hahahaha – your mind is just like mine 🙂
I really didn’t notice it until I looked at the picture when I got home.
Nice picture, TBM. I hope that the child statue is really trying to play like children normally do 🙂
I didn’t see anyone get hurt that day 😉
Whack ! Whack! Whack!!! Great shot. I imagine you caught it at just the right second to get that perspective! Glad it was set in stone or someone could have gotten hurt. 🙂
I doubt I noticed it when I snapped the photo. Just lucky to see it when I got back.
Funny! Does look like it is up to no good!
It sure does
The female statue: Look I have proof here in this paper, you have 11 wives including me. How could you!!
The male statue: get ready! because I am going lessen it to 10
Love you story!
That pedestrian had better run very, very fast!
I think she heard you and is safe and sound.
Lucky for that passer by that these are real statues and not the people ‘made up’ to look like a statue – otherwise she could have been in real trouble.
Yes, you have to be careful!
Ha ha, good timing! I’ve been to Berlin, but I don’t recognize this place.
I find it funny now, but not sure what I was actually taking a photo of.
perfectly caught…love it
It made me laugh
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