A collection of artistic interpretations of hands from around the world.
Hands from vintage mannequins in an antique store in Brussels.
Red paint coats the hand of a Lenin sculpture in Freemont, a suburb of Seattle in Washington, USA.
A multitude of pointing hands in a store display in Mons, Belgium.
The hand of Krishna in Delhi, India.
An old mannequin hand showing off some 12th century jewelry in a Irish prehistoric museum.
A wooden Buddhist hand from Laos showing off a Tibetan Gau Box necklace.
Frites sign in Brussels, Belgium.
Amstel Beer neon sign in Utrecht, Holland.
Palmistry sign in Yangon, Myanmar.
Henna patterns for feet and hands in Singapore.
This particular statue of an early 70s photographer and his subjects is in Queen Elizabeth Park, and people are always posing as if they were part of the statue, either with their arms on the photographer’s shoulders or cosying up to the subjects. I have never really looked at the details before this challenge, as in this bronze hand of the photographer. (Vancouver, BC)
More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Hands.