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There are several equestrian statues in central Glasgow, and most of the riders have gone for traditional feathered fashion for their head gear:

However, the Duke of Wellington still prefers to cast tradition aside, and go more sporty.

Duke of Wellington, Glasgow, May 2019

There are more examples of fashion for Duke and Copenhagen here.

Welcome to One Word Sunday, and over to all of you to join the challenge with your own fashion post.
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Thanks to everyone who brought us some perspective last week – so many different perspectives on this word.

If you didn’t have chance to check them out, the links are below.


Aletta at Now at Home
Brian at Bushboy’s World
David Meredith’s Photo Blog
Dawn at Lingering Visions

Eklastic at Pictures Imperfect
Irene at Heaven’s Sunshine

Jackie at JunkBoat Travels
Jason at Proscenium
Jesh Studio
Ken at Pictures without Film
Little Pieces of Me
Maria at Kamerapromenader

Nicole at Une photo, un poème
Nuthouse Central
Pat at Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

Photo Robert’s Blog
Sandy at Out of My Write Mind

Suburban Tracks
Sue at Words Visual

Next week’s theme will be climb.
Other forthcoming themes are listed here, and to see previous weeks of this challenge, click here





Copyright Debbie Smyth, 23 June 2019

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

37 replies »

  1. Great photos Debbie. .
    Please forgive me for referring to a couple of my own blog entries but your entry reminded me of a couple of statues in Sydney that occasionally are dressed up (planned and unplanned) – in particular an equestrian statue of King Edward VII –
    There is another statue (bust) in Canberra which was actually moved prior to a visit by the current Queen lest she see it ‘dressed’ by students from the local university who regularly adorned it with various items. While I have a review on the statue it does not include any pictures of it dressed up —

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