So, That’s Her Angle

I spent my last days in St. Gallen, Switzerland walking through its tranquil streets, silently saying my good-byes. At the top of Guisanstrasse, I came across this woman. Fully alert, she was leaning in expectantly towards someone who was not there. Her hands were clasped fearlessly behind her against the folds of her bronze dress.  Just when it seemed that I knew her every angle, she surprised me.

(C) 2014 Bringing Beauty Home

(C) 2014 Bringing Beauty Home

(C) 2014 Bringing Beauty Home

(C) 2014 Bringing Beauty Home

(C) 2014 Bringing Beauty Home

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9 thoughts on “So, That’s Her Angle

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    1. Sara Post author

      Thank you! The detailed work on the sculpture is quite something. The sculpture is a public drinking fountain. It’s common to find public drinking fountains throughout Switzerland. Many run continuously, others have the typical knob or button to push. This one, with its fine detailed work and a hidden sensor to activate the water flow, is one of the more interesting ones that I came across.

  2. tjparis

    Just discovered your beautiful blog after you most kindly liked one of my posts. I love your stated life ethic and am really looking forward to reading more and enjoying your photographic work.
    Meillieurs Voeux! TJ

    1. Sara Post author

      Merci beaucoup, TJ! Your comments are very encouraging. One of the aspects that I enjoy the most about blogging is the opportunity it presents to interact with a like-minded community.

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