I love the little square at the front of the Upper Chapel on Norfolk Street in Sheffield. Its a great place to sit with a sandwich or chat with a pal.
It has 3 lovely sculptures by Sheffield born George Fullard.
I love these sculptures as I have been all of these women at some time or other - and often all at the same time!
Mother and Child
Angry Woman - OK, so I may never have worn a Ra ra skirt!
Running Woman - in those shoes? I don't think so!
The square also has a great view over the higgledy piggaldy roof tops of the cafes and shops behind. A view that my husband says that you would never notice - unless you were out with a blogger and her camera!
Love the sculptures - especially the mother and child one.
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger
You are painting a picture of a very interesting city in your posts. We must visit soon.
I love those kinds of quiet places too. Where you can just take a moment from the hustle & bustle.
Keep taking those brilliant photos, blogger with camera. xx
Ha ha! LOL at hubby!
When I see people taking photos of random things at odd or unusual angles I always wonder if they too are bloggers! I love those sculptures:)
You have to feel for angry woman. That's one bad hair day..
I think I will have been all 3 of these women by the time I go to bed tonight....
Lovely lovely pictures, don't stop will you?
I think I once dated running woman!
We are such enriching souls aren't we? Without us others wouldn't get to see sights we pick out with the help of a camera lens!
Angry woman looks like her skirt is made out of autumn leaves.
I like views across rooftops and chimney pots.
That looks as though it would be a really lovely quiet place to go. So often these little corners are better than big parks.
Not too keen on the sculpture, though!
It is good to have a quiet space...We need more of them! I like the statues too! Hope you are well! xxx
I love that little square with its statues too. Can't beat a quiet corner and some public art. xx
Lovely photos. I actually just got back last night from a trip. Me and my family went to Mexico. It was amazing. Met some interesting people there. Actually, I met alot of English tourists down there, surprisingly enough. Most were probably from London, idk. But I did see this really cute scuba diving instructor who had a really hot English accent. OMG!! He was gorgeous!! His name was Sebastian. OMG, what a hunk!!
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