As my move from 'the other place' has been much less organised than some.... an understatement, as my 'organised' at the best of time tends to be the 'messy' of most other people :-)) I am re-discovering some old pictures which had been filed away with, I am sure, very good intentions of 'doing something with them' at some point.

Thing is, I realise 'at some point' never really meant to be two years later, and there are quite a few of these photos I did not at the time think I needed to write much info such as location....

Today, I came across this one which I distinctly remember taking in June 2011.

I remember the sunny day - it was almost like a proper summer day in the south of France... I just loved this statue, I found it very moving, I also remember being disappointed in the shots I got, as the very high contrast meant the main subject was very dark and the chuch wall in the background totally blown out, and I intended going back to take some more - in a word, I remember almost everything about and around it, but I can't remember WHERE I took it - duh!

I was therefore wondering whether anyone here would be able to help me, you might either recognise the artist's style, or you have been where this statue is. It is obviously near a church, and the only other clue I have is that in the same folder, and taken on the same day, are pictures of the Sir William Powels Almshouses, which I think are in Fulham...



By the way, any suggestion as to how I can also improve my contrasty shot is very welcome too... :-))))