The World Championship of Living Statues, Arnhem, 2015 – 2nd part

This is the larger part of this year’s competitors as adults are always more numerous than children. Some of these are professionals, but I didn’t bother to remember them as non-professionals were often just as high quality. Hope you’ll enjoy these photos as much as I enjoyed the show as a spectator.

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Mary Poppins liked lending his umbrella¬†to daring kids …

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This one may have been one of the kinds, but I’m not certain …

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Of course, such a Dutch event would be nothing without a Sinterklaas – some insist he’s not really Father Christmas, that’s why he comes before December – but so early?

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However scary this face may be in reality, I hope you’ve enjoyed the show.

by P.S. and Z.J.S.

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The World Championship of Living Statues, Arnhem, 2015

This year’s edition of the festival was pushed even further later in the calendar, but it enjoyed nice weather and no delays by the Dutch Railways as I’d anticipated a few weeks ago.

The Statues by Night section was presented this year in Ede the previous night, so I missed that. In its place, I can start with the children’s section, which was very nice this time. I can’t resist but begin with a very naughty¬†little fella. I wish you enjoy the rest as well.

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Performance at the World Living Statues event in Arnhem in 2015

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Hope you’ve enjoyed it so far. I’ll soon follow with the adult event.

by. P.S.