Thursday, May 13, 2010

Evolution Debunked

If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands?
Milton Berle 1908-2002

In my world wide search for bare breasted statues, I found this couple in the Lake District in England. It was in a pile of rubbish behind the B&B we stayed in. I can’t recommend the B&B but the Lake District is gorgeous.

To see more statues from around the world click on some of these blogs.
Thanks Jane and Joyce!

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  1. Have you ever wondered, based on statues and art, why in the old days people used to do so much naked or nearly so? it does look like a pretty area there.

  2. Actually, apart from fully identifying with your quote - I'm with Scott! With global warming, it certainly looks like they now wear more clothes in England than they used to ;-)
    What a shame it was in a pile of rubbish behind the B&B

  3. Hi Don! I followed you home from Scott's place; hope you don't mind. :o)

    What a beautiful find in a pile of rubbish. You've got some great works here! Looking forward to seeing more.

  4. hi there, thanks for the visit!


  5. What a beautiful landscape behind the statue. Beautiful!

  6. Oh I would love to go to the Lake District, it always looks so gorgeous.

    That must have looked so strange popping up out of the rubbish!

  7. what a wonderful shot, your blog is beautiful, you are a great photograph!!


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