A collection of artworks of horses from around the world.
A little revolutionary stands in front of a statue of Pancho Villa riding in on a galloping horse. The statue commemorates the battle that took place on the Cinco de Mayo up on the La Bufa above Zacatecas in Mexico. A petroglyph of a pony express mail system back 3500 years ago in the place we now know as Tanum in Sweden…‘Story time for little horses’ sculpture at the Sculpture Park (Kunst Centret Silkeborg Bad) in Silkeborg, Denmark. Sculpture of a god riding a chariot drawn by horses in a Hindu Temple in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia. A metal sculpture of the most famous knight, Don Quixote, hanging out in Guatemala. The sun flare creates a silhouette of this statue of a horse in Madrid, Spain. Gilded statue in the Grand Place in Brussels, Belgium. Old wooden rolling horse in Udaipur, India. Horse carved on a bone found in the Cuevas Tito Bustillo in Spain. A red horse costume on stilts on Canada Day on Granville Island in Vancouver, BC. A shop window displaying jewelry you can buy for your horses in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Mural of a horse race in Bucerias, Mexico.More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Non-Alive Animals.
This is such a cool collection of horses for this week. Well done and seen. 😀
I really enjoyed your photos. I love to see horses in art. The statue of Pancho Villa is so detailed! I also like the golden statue in Belgium.
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