A walk in Regents Park the other day provided me with the chance to see some of Tom Harvey’s wonderful animal sculptures up close.

They’re carved from timber, and are very much larger than life. From a distance they cast a wonderful and quite surrealistic mirage on the horizon. Park goers can be forgiven for slowing their pace just a step or two as they approach the oversized fox nestling in grass.

Something I noticed whilst there, is that few passer’s by can resit the urge to go up and touch these wonderful creations- the grain of the wood passing beneath searching fingers. I snapped a few people doing just that and I’ll post the results tomorrow.

Oh, and by the way… I’m glad to be finished with the red series! I enjoyed it immensely, but it’s nice to have freedom to post what ever takes my fancy 😉

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