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Journey's End, Santa Fe, New Mexico 5
Arizona
In 2002, Reynaldo "Sonny" Rivera planted Journey's End, his massive bronze sculpture, at the entrance to Museum Hill off Old Santa Fe Trail. It captures a scene made familiar by repetition over a period of almost 60 years. In this sculpture, six tired mules struggle to pull a heavy wagon up a hill. One of the mules has stumbled. The muleskinner leans down to help the animal as it struggles to regain its footing. Passing the trail, a Pueloan woman looks on, while a boy waves at the lead wagon as he and his dog have run out from town to greet them. At this moment the trail boss points toward the end of the trail on the Santa Fe Plaza. So they will enter the plaza soon, marking the end of a long and difficult journey.
Copyright: James Womack
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 5000x2500
Uppladdad: 04/02/2013
Uppdaterad: 21/07/2014
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Tags: santa fe; journey's end; nm; new mexico; sculpture; santa fe trail; horses
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