gaggle of giggling

This is one of my favourite sculptors and sculptures, which I am fortunate to run by often in the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Chang Kuda (literally means “carry horse” in Malay) by Chong Fah Cheong captures the laughter & exuberance of a bunch of children horsing around.

I’d previously written about this sculpture in February 2019, also in response to One Word Sunday. Today’s word is Gaggle or Giggle. The word almost 2 years ago was Movement, hosted by Debbie at TravelWithIntent.

20 Replies to “gaggle of giggling”

  1. How cool that the two years lined up like that and what’s cool place to run by
    And nice for giggle and Gaggie (masterful actually the way the sculpture was both)

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      1. Traumatized is an apt description of the way I feel. Having a hard time focusing on fiction reading, which is never a good thing for me. All I seem to read is the news. Sigh. I know this will pass, but…

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