21 May 2010

68th Grand Prix de Monaco - The Visiting Scotsmen


There seemed to be an awful lot of Scotsmen at the Grand Prix...

The sculpture is called 'Fraternita' and was given to the late Prince Rainier in 1999 on the 50th anniversary of his reign by GLI Italiani di Monaco. Click HERE to see a better shot. The sculptor is Sauro Cavallini.

7 comments:

Gunn said...

That made me smile!!:)
My husband had grandparents from Scotland....
So far he has not bought a kilt...:)
I am in London at the moment. Not seen ant Scotsmen with kilts yet;-)

Sharon said...

I love this Scottish trio and I especially love the way they are framed by that statue behind them.

Virginia said...

What a terrific portrait Jilly! And I am still laughing at the guys below. I think the one on the left has to be an American/Scotsman. A golf shirt, baseball cap and a kilt! Hilarious!

Bon weekend!
xx
V

SFBakstad said...

Love the kilts! Love the pic!

Bill said...

Aye, three bonny Sco'ish lads, doin' wha' they do best, drinkin' Scotch.

bstewart_labac said...

hi ther i would just like to say we had a great time at monoco f1 i am the one in the middle cheers bryce stewart edinburgh

Jilly said...

Bryce - you all looked like you were having a great time. It was a great day!

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