Friday, August 17, 2012

Photo: "Blessings to All" Statue

This is the scene caddy corner across the intersection from the large boots, bell and rose in front of the parking lot in downtown Scottsdale that I showed a few days ago.  Scottsdale has a public art program that maintains art and landscaping in its downtown area.

As you can see, there is the image of a Native American in the midst of the landscaping on this corner.  It is a statue entitled "Blessings to All."  The plaque at the base of the statue is shown in the second photo, below.

What a nice, humanitarian greeting for the visitors and local residents who walk around downtown Scottsdale.

We we have photos of Costa Rica posted this week on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

2 comments: said...

This is a nice splash of color. It does not look like a typical downtown.

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