This week we’re concentrating on one of the most interesting photographic opportunities along Puerto Vallarta’s Malecón — The fascinating surreal bronze statuary of Alejandro Colunga and works from several other artists.
Many of these sculptures appear to step right out of a screening of a Star Wars movie.
Other “statues” double as seats for the weary walker.
Still others defy all attempts to define them.
While some statues take a more traditional approach to art.
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