It's a little bit shocking how much there is to see and do at Jeita Grotto. The sign I posted yesterday gave but a hint of all the on-site attractions. There's a little train that travels between the upper and lower caves and the parking area. There's also a cute little cable car that covers the same territory (there's a servicable pathway to walk if you choose--a nice option to avoid waiting in long lines). There are gift shops and restaurants and a fun little zoo with birds, turtles, rodents, monkeys and goats. And there's a sculpture garden. These statues stand at its entrance.
Across the path from it, the sculptor's workshop caught my eye.
I really liked the terra-cotta color of the wall, the beat up wheelbarrows and the slabs of unworked stone.
Today's post is part of the theme day 'statues' at City Daily Photo. Click here to view thumbnails for all participants