These beautiful statues stand (or sit) around the grounds of the Louisiana Memorial Plaza in Baton Rouge. This was a location for several stops for the finger labyrinth yesterday, with my thoughts turning to those who serve in the Navy (USS Kidd is moored here), live, work, or depend on the river, and of course for the state capital itself.
Along one path, pairs of statues in varying degrees of standoff, coming together in mirroring each other as a focal circular pool/fountain is reached. It struck me that the reflections whole walking this path, while it may be straight, and the coming to a center of sorts, drew me not unlike walking a small labyrinth.
I had nearly not stopped by, having offered up my only quart to a malfunctioning parking metre, but am very pleased that I did.