Above, whenever I think of the circus, I always think of the lion tamer!
Below, the human cannonball truck, what kid doesn’t want to do that?
Below, a bronze statue sits in front of a banyan tree on the grounds of the Ringling Museum of Art.
Above and Below, side and back views of the Ca’d’zan (House of John) next to the ocean. It’s amazing what a sizable fortune John Ringling amassed by selling 10 cent tickets to see lion tamers and bearded women!
The 6 pictures below are from the courtyard of the Art Museum. Non-flash photography is allowed inside of the permanent works of art but with all the people and limited space to take pictures, I couldn’t really have done the art justice so I stuck to taking pictures outdoors!
Below, a small crane posed on a bridge handrail long enough for me to snap his picture while exiting the museum!