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Big head

There is a Banjo Paterson park in Yeoval. This famous Australia bush poet apparently spent some of his childhood in the town.  Given that the park was dedicated to Banjo I thought this giant sculpture (which wasn't there last time we visited here) would be of him but it turns out to be the abstract head of Henry Moore, by Drago Marin Cherina, a philanthropic placement by the Waterhouse family.


  1. I love this sculpture - but what an obscure place to have it!


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