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They're just breasts

What is it about men and nudity?

Particularly breasts... How can you be so interested in them?
I mean seriously: they're just breasts. Every second person has them. They're odd looking, they're for milk from your mother. What's all the fuss about?

In case you were wondering... that was Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) talking to William (Hugh Grant) the morning after they slept together. Notting Hill has been awhile. So have breasts. But not these features of the Woman and Child gallery at the Bangkok Arts and Culture Centre. They are fairly recent.

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Rajesh said…
Very interesting shots,
Anonymous said…
OMG. Only you would post about breasts. LOL. Well maybe not. Wonder what Dolly Parton tninks about them?
Noel Morata said…

thanks for sharing a little bit about your world today, thats a very interesting show, i love the one appendige dropping from the ceiling!
Carver said…
Beautiful sculptures and I remember that scene from the movie.
Jewel said…
haha.. very interesting perspective..
Hazel said…
Rajesh, thanks

Thom, Dolly would probably think, were those previously mine? lol!

Noel, yeah the piece on the ceiling is interesting :)

Carver, there's something about that scene which made it curiously memorable

Jewel, how's the tour! gotta visit u by and by
Sylvia K said…
Fun post, Hazel and great shots! I remember that scene from the movie, too! Hope you're having a great week! Thanks for your visit/comment! Always appreciated!

Indrani said…
You have linked all. A concept presented well. :)
Ebie said…
I give credit to the artist! Hahaha, what cup sizes?

Love the third shot. The shadow made it to its pair!
Hazel said…
Thanks, Sylvia and Indrani

Ate Eb, probably size D or simply L as in Large lol!
Clarissa said…
OMG!!Mas malaki pa yata ang breast sculpture na yan kesa sa akin lol!Interesting!!
Anonymous said…
In my opinion, the package is many times much more interesting than its content.
There's an ancient Greek statue which looks nearly like the second photography of yours.
It is mostly hand and feet that I love to look at ;)
Anya said…
Very wonderful post !!!!!
No words !!!
Let the man give comments ;)
we have all the same
just another size ....... LOL
it is not just men with a thing for breasts. My little dog likes to lay on mine, as if they were her personal bed.
Hazel said…
Melissa, cute! :)

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