Sunday Selections, brought to us by Kim, of Frogpondsrock, is an ongoing theme where participants post previously unused photos languishing in their files.
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My theme for this week is quirky public art: and a big thankyou to Paper Chipmunk who made me think of these pieces. About this time last year, some local artists livened up a dull part of the road between Canberra and Sydney.
Just off the road, on the largely dry floor of Lake George, they installed these fibreglass beauties.
Initially there was a bit of strife because the artists had not got the necessary permission from the farmer whose land they were on, or from local government, but these glitches were soon resolved. On the day we went out to see them there were a number of other enthusiastic viewers - including a bus load of people from one of the local nursing homes. And all of us were smiling happily.
However, shortly after that, some anti-social scum climbed the fence and vandalised them. The artists took them home, repaired them and created a baby zebra, but they are no longer to be seen on that dull stretch of highway. Humph.