Photographer's Note

It is not often that I post a monochrome image but this shot lends itself to this medium perfectly I think. The image itself was taken in Liverpool Gardens in the town of Worthing in West Sussex, England. These two busts are part of a series of four that overlook the gardens from a plinth on the Montague Centre. They are called the "Desert Quartet" and are 4 bronze busts fashioned by the late British sculptor Dame Elisabeth Frink. Installed, controversially in 1990 they were Grade II listed in 2007 an unprecedented achievement for a public sculpture, as there is normally a 30-year waiting period before gaining such status. Dame Elisabeth drew inspiration for the sculpture after a trip into the Tunisian Desert.

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