On Saturday I posted a photo that was a happy mistake, here is what the sculpture fragment looks like when I have the camera on the correct daylight setting. These are in "Lock Park" on the Alexandria Virginia waterfront. At one time there was a canal running west from the Potomac River at that point, a recreation of one of the locks is in the park. I have no idea where the fragments of sculpture came from, if these were created for this use, or if they are wonderful failures, or recovered from a building or monument long gone. There are half a dozen pieces on display. If you look closely, it looks like if you stuck you hand in, the mouth might bite. Behind this one, is another one showing what that is,
A rather interesting fountain. These dress up an otherwise rather mundane 1980's brick and glass office block, with million dollar views of the River. The spray from the water was quite cooling.
Do we need more like this?