This charming girl was part of a larger sculpture.
In the above photo, I was trying to capture the essence of the sculpture--the couple holding hands with the rose between them.
The cowboy in the following photo was extremely lanky, and, even though he had an expressive face, I thought the best angle was from behind.
And I decided I wanted to position this cowboy on horseback so that his face was profiled against the lighter colored horse.
The outside sculptures also included a very large (at least four feet high) blue human head. Here are a couple of shots.
"Sculptures" in the nearby Old Town section of town included an interesting piece composed of items of clothing (or at least cloth) combined to form a colorful tree.
Here are a couple of details from the sculpture.
The trunk was made of stuffed bluejeans. Very clever.
Here are a few more photos from this area that I thought worked well as more artistic studies.
I particularly liked this study of light and shadows that took advantage of Arizona's bright sunlight.