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It's something you would see in the city of Belfast! I don't know what sort of meaning it had for Belfast, but it's been here for years and I think it was been well done and presented! If only it was in a more public...More
I know we usually refer to piggy,s "being a long way from home," but strangely enough that was the story which sprung to mind when I noticed this shepherd with his sheep in front of the Waterfront.
DO you remember the rhyme where the piggies...More
Nice statue of a shepherd with a flock of sheep close to the waterfront. It is a bit sad to see in such a paved, concrete place with no grass to be seen but I guess this is actually its surprise factor. A few meters...More
One year on, and I still think they are out of place in an urban setting. They had once stood on the grass at Riddell Hall, but was bought and moved to Lanyon Place. There new tall buildings now surround the piece, giving a backdrop...More
It's quite cute, but sort of thrown in there. It would fit better in front of St. George's Market, they sell dead sheep in there. The heads were quite inconsistent in size. It is great for amusing passers by, I have watched people sitting on...More
This is a very amiable bronze sculpture, by Deborah Brown. Where the Victorian era statues of Belfast look down on you from towering plinths, these characters are on a level with you. Indeed, many people like to sit on the sheep to get their picture...More