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Indian sculptures and Irish wildflowers

Last week I headed out for a Sunday stroll around the Indian Sculpture Park in Wicklow with some friends. I’d never heard of them, and was in for a treat. Giant Indian sculptures are dotted around the 22-acre park, which includes pretty woodlands and ponds (and plenty of great opportunities to use my macro lens). It was an amazing sight, and made for a really relaxing, thought-provoking walk and super rewarding photo session (hence this rather ginormous post). I can’t recommend a visit highly enough. Ben has two really great posts on it as well.

Indian Statue Gardens

Indian Statue Garden

Indian Statue Gardens

Indian Statue Garden

Indian Statue Gardens

Indian Statue Gardens

Indian Statue Garden

Indian Statue Gardens

Indian Statue Gardens

Indian Statue Gardens

Indian Statue Gardens
Indian Statue Gardens

Indian Statue Garden
Indian Statue Gardens

Indian Statue Gardens
Indian Statue Gardens

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Ben Keenan
    August 20, 2012 at 9:26 am

    UHmazeballs! Beautiful shots, Nathalie. Love the macro of the blades of grass, and the shapes and geometry of the closeups of the hands and elbow of the smiling statue.

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    Seán Earley
    August 20, 2012 at 2:37 pm

    Really love these. You definitely saved the best for last. I never knew this place existed. What a nice idea in an Irish park. There’s a huge Indian community in Dublin as showcased at the Dublin Mela 2012.

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    Indian Sculpture Park Pt. II « Ben Keenan
    August 21, 2012 at 2:25 am

    […] Another trip back to the beautiful and oddly spiritual Indian Statue Park – you can check out my previous post here. Nathalie got some beautiful shots over here! […]

  • Reply
    Carlos Marquez
    August 23, 2012 at 5:36 pm

    Wow! Really great photography Nathalie! Great composition, lighting, contrast, detail and feeling! Moving and inspiring !

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