This is one in a series of black and white photographs taken of two statues in Campulung, Romania depicting Olympic athletes. The bronze statues were created by Constantin Baraschi, who was born in Campulung in 1902, and died in 1966. The photographs show details of the work that enhance the beauty of the sculpture, while also documenting the years of neglect. Together, those elements create a hauntingly beautiful story of art, masculinity, athleticism, and social commentary.