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Scarves on Statues – Butterfly

[Previous instalments in the ‘Scarves on Statues’ series can be found here]

‘Butterfly’ is a sculpture by Llew Summers, located at Auckland Botanic Gardens. On his website, Summers says that “the inspiration for this form was a dance, and the name Butterfly was chosen because of the wing-like limbs and also because of its sense of flight.” It always reminds me of a little girl stomping in a puddle and beautifully captures the mischief and freedom of childhood.

AS Roma is still flying high in 2014! By my maths, we only need one more victory from our next five games to seal second place and a spot in the 2014/15 Champions League group stage for the first time since 2010. Will we float like a butterfly into Europe’s premier competition this weekend or will Fiorentina stomp in our puddle?


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Enzo Giordani

A grassroots sports photography enthusiast based in Auckland, New Zealand, and a fan of the most magnificent football club on earth - A.S. Roma.

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