Monday, October 2

Living Statue at Las Ramblas, Barcelona: Devil's Work

Living Statues at Las Ramblas, Barcelona: Devil's  Work
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I have seen the Devil at Las Ramblas, Barcelona, he wasn't wearing Prada though. Who says the Devil does not rest. One of Barcelona's most famous living statues and mysteriously ignored by my camera until now, was taking a break after a hard day's work. There was no smell of sulphur, like Chávez said of Bush, but it was terribly hot that day. Damn it!

Check this impressive work in BW combining two or three images at a time, that is, using dypthics or triptychs by Nitifixis

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Living statues? Interesting concept. This one would be scary I think. It looks like his horns are actually welded on.

3:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amazing statue!
I think I wont sit there facing him...he is red and has a tail and ... I would have many terrible imagination about him.
But its really nice to have such unique statue in your city. People will be impressed.
By the way, that tree can be seen in Shanghai's streets too~~
nice photo!

5:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

he does this daily. that's a lot of make-up amazing job, he did!

9:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow. i wonder how long will he take to clean up. Nice picture Barcelona.

5:31 PM  
Blogger photo-effe said...

il diavolo risalito sulla terra!

grandi immagini!

11:34 PM  
Blogger Curly said...

I've heard about Las Ramblas from English people who have visited, these sure are pretty colourful pictures Carlos.

12:06 AM  
Anonymous Wyllys said...

I was in Barcelona last summer for a week and loved it. I posted some photos here:

8:24 PM  

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