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Giant Iberian lynx statue in a patchwork of colours

Iberian Lynx by Bordalo II, Parque das Nações, Lisbon, March 2020

Giant Iberian lynx statue in a patchwork of colours, repurposing old plastic items

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Thanks to everyone who brought us some flare and flair last week. Special thanks go to Sandy for great flair in her words and image; Elke for a fun flare; and David for an image where the flare is a big part of the story that his image tells.

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Next week’s theme will be drama, so let your dramatic tendencies run free!
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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 7 June 2020

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday


81 replies »

  1. Wow, you have a talent for research and finding noteworthy things! This is so big. Like that you also showed a close up to see what kind of things the artist used, haha!
    PS Yes, we’ve seen the Bachelor in it’s beginning episodes – does what you’re working on have to do with film or TV? Hope you quys will all be able to pull it together and make a go of it:):)
    Here my very traditional one

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  3. Oh, my, that’s eye-catching, but if I ever saw a lynx that big and that color (or regular size and that color), I’d be high-tailing away as quickly as possible. Perhaps in Iberia it’s different, though. 🙂
    I did wonder what you would have for this theme but never imagined this. See you soon.


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