5 Day Black & White Challenge – Day 2

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Mambo Sculptures at Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden. The Sculpture Garden houses a permanent but ever-changing exhibition of African stone sculptures. Each sculpture is a unique original, sculpted by artists in the Shona tradition originating in Zimbabwe. The artists depict spiritual, traditional and contemporary themes as well as topical and social issues in their work.

I would like to thank Tree from Conversations Around the Tree

for inviting me to participate in the 5 Day Black & White photo challenge.

The rules are simple:

1) post a black & white photo daily for 5 days (probably the reason for the name of the challenge!)

2) Invite someone different to participate each day. (because no one wants to play alone!)

For Day 2, I am excited to invite Louise Bunting from The Storyteller’s Abode to participate in this challenge. On her blog you will discover a magical world of fairies and unicorns; encounter dragons, pixies and goblins. Go and check out her blog…you will not be disappointed.

Travel theme: Statues

Mambo Sculptures. The Sculpture Garden in Kirstenbosch Botanical garden houses a permanent but ever-changing exhibition of African stone sculptures. Each sculpture is a unique original, sculpted by artists in the Shona tradition originating in Zimbabwe. The artists depict spiritual, traditional and contemporary themes as well as topical and social issues in their work.IMG_1418Statues

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For more statues in this challenge go to :

http://wheresmybackpack.com/2014/03/28/travel-theme-statues/

http://woollymuses.wordpress.com/2014/03/30/travel-theme-statues/