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'The three fishermen' (Três pescadores) of Buzios (Brazil) is among the 26 most beautiful and original sculptures in the world. The work of Christina Motta, in Buzios, was in 1st place in the ranking of the site ArtsInterface.org that, based on the affirmation of Paul...More
First time I saw them it was at night and I wasn't sure if they were real people or not. Soon enough I saw someone taking pictures and realized they were very realistic sculptures that capture perfectly the essence of this city's original inhabitants.
Came to Buzios as a stop on our cruise ship. You can see the fishermen from a ways off and you'll do a double take thinking they are real. When we were there it looked like they were walking on water, but I'm sure that...More
When I first saw these statues I thought they were real men but after awhile I realized that they were statues. It is three fisherman pulling in their nets. Sometimes, depending on the tide, they are standing in the water and other times, they are...More
The first time I saw this as I rounded the corner I thought it was real fishermen pulling in their nets but when they didn't move I did wonder! It is so cleverly done as to look real, and as the tide changes they are...More