Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Our Lady of Guadalupe

I ran to the store the other day and as I left, I was struck by the image of so many Our Lady of Guadalupe figures, arranged like an army marching out. I liked it for some reason. I love the colors. People like to decorate their yards here in South Texas. And I have seen many Lady statutes around Seguin. She is rather tall, the statute, as you can see if you notice a customer lurking in the background. Maybe she bought one, I didn't stay to find out.

13 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

I like your photography a lot. It is nice to see good work.

I came to thank you for visiting my blog, yesterday, and for your comments about Patty's last radiation treatment. She was so pleased that I heard from so many people, including Eric, and I know it made her day extra-special. She was also surprised that some of you also visited her blog and left comments there. So thank you for your visit and comments. Being new to the community, it was a big surprise to us. Thanks again.

Abe and Patty Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

lv2scpbk said...

Very nice way to capture this photo.

Shorty said...

I love this photo. The ladies do indeed look like an army of marching Amazons off to do battle. :D

d. chedwick bryant said...

I would certainly buy one--I wonder how heavy she is?

Esther said...

I would love to buy one! We don't have an army of Our Lady of the Price Tag in my area of Tejas!
Gorgeous photo- thanx for posting!

Anonymous said...

Can you tell me what store you saw the Lady of Guadalupe statues in. We would love to find them! Thanks!
Mike
St. Joseph, Missouri

Thiên said...

Hi Mike, I shot these ladies at our local Walmart. We still have some here but very few. Good luck finding her!

Thiên said...

There was a rash of Lady thefts this summer. What a shame, I think.

WebOJ said...

This is indeed big size. I have a little one at home. This is more like what a church would keep. Do people keep it in the house?

Thiên said...

Actually, people more often place the Lady in their yards and gardens. I will try and capture a shot for you.

patalarga@baddog.com said...

Greetings from Morelia, Michoacán, México!

Would you grant me permission to use your photo of Our Lady of Guadalupe in my blog? It's a marvelous photograph. My post about her will go up on December 8, so if you're able to give me permission, let me know right away.

Take a look at my blog, and if you like, you're welcome to link to mine on yours.

http://www.mexicocooks.typepad.com

Thanks for your consideration. You needn't publish this comment on your blog unless you'd like to.

Cristina Potters
patalarga@baddog.com
http://www.mexicocooks.typepad.com

ttamb said...

About 2 yrs ago someone stole my Lady of Lourdes Statue that I had out front for 30 years. I finally found Our Lady of Guadalupe figures that is mentioned in Walmart. I fell in love, and now she is out front. Additionally, my grass has been growing better than ever.

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