Friday, October 17, 2008

Alas, time stays, we go

The Fountain of Time is a 102 foot long statue of a hundred humans under Father Time's hooded gaze. Created by Lorado Taft, installed 1922 in Washington Park. See wiki's page, including complete views of the sculpture. The statue's title comes from the poetry of Henry Austin Dobson: "Time goes, you say? Ah no, Alas, time stays, we go."


  1. Yes, we go on. I hate to think that Time does this to everything but to some things Time seems to stand still.

  2. thanks for the visit abraham, thanks very much prof