Photographer's Note

I found this statue on a trip to a tiny town in upstate Pennsylvania, called Jim Thorpe. Back in the day it was mainly a mining town, but nowadays it is a tiny touristic attraction with horseback riding, little shops and boutiques and a beautiful lake outside of it. It is very quiet most of the time.
This statue was on a large property of an ex-entrepreneur whose house nowadays is a museum.
I like the way the statue seems to run away from the light, hiding under the tree, and when a ray of light finds him, he's crouching even more. Another title for this picture would have been "trapped" because he looks like he is.
It was hard to find this statue too. It is exactly how it seems, tucked away under a tree, you won't see it unless you are very close.

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