Friday, September 19, 2014

Roundabout Cottesloe!



This work titled 'Roundabout' by Jennifer Cochrane created for Sculpture by the Sea back in 2007 is one of several of the exhibited sculptures acquired by the shire of Cottesloe over the years. It sits along the beachfront on Marine Parade and no matter which way you look the view will appeal.. out to sea is my preference, but looking the other way through to the Sea View Golf Club I'm sure would appeal to the golfers out there. I tried golf once.. I don't think I have the right temperament :) fore! Happy Friday, take care and stay safe.. p.s. taken last weekend, perfect weather since!


32 comments:

  1. I like those .. arrows? Out to sea view is also my favorite .

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  2. - And around we go! Nice shots


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3

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  3. Ah, my favorite view and interesting sculpture as well!! Love those blue, blue skies! Hope you have a great weekend, Grace!!

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  4. You are right about point-of-view; important in all aspects of life!

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  5. I like the first one too, Grace! I wouldn't mind owning that piece! ;-)

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  6. It reminds me of that thingy on the computer that turns and turns and turns when a page just won't load....

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  7. The work should be called 'Pointing to China', from when it used to be said if you dig any deeper, you will end up in China.

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  8. haha. Very humorous sculpture. I prefer the sea view, too.
    Take 25 to Hollister

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  9. I like the lady in the hat best. Oh, wait! You were talking about the sculpture. :-)

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  10. I would have had the back end of a car sticking out of the ground as well.

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  11. I like the sea view as well. I have never even tried playing golf, unless you count playing the miniature kind with my grandson!

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  12. I was stuck on a roundabout in the UK once, not sure how to get off and kept driving until there were no other cars and could make a quick escape.
    This one makes a nice frame.

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  13. What a sculpture! And it frames the sea beautifully.

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  14. Sea view for me. Have a good W/E - I take it you will be at "A day of French food, dance, music, games and cars. The annual French Car Festival Sunday 21st September from 10am to 4pm at the Supreme Court Gardens in Perth"?

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  15. Reminds me of Sartre's novel No Exit.

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  16. Actually if you cut out the ridiculous arrows and just look at the badly dressed women and the sea the picture improves.

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  17. An interesting piece of art Grace. I think I would rather follow the arrow to the sky rather than the one in the ground.

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  18. Love this! I especially like the first shot with the two ladies walking through. You were there at just the right time.

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  19. It is an interesting sculpture, you can't help wanting to look through it and use it as a frame. You captured the people in a good spot. Hope the weather stays.

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  20. Nice artwork and nice photo of it with the two women inside.

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  21. The first photo is so cool! Wonderful, Grace!

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  22. i like it and i like how you framed the 2 women walking inside of it!

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  23. I like this and it makes a perfect frame for the sea or for those walkers by the sea.

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  24. Lovely view out to sea through those arches! I wouldn't be able to golf either, too slow for my liking!

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  25. Very nice and original sculpture! Arianna

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  26. It is grand, isn't it? I like the way you captured some walkers through the eye of the sculpture in the first image.

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  27. "Simple", but interesting work.
    Love that 1st shot, Grace!

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