Friday, March 27, 2015

Sunny side up.. this way and that!



I like the young lad's expression :) Couldn't resist showing 'is this a step forward' by Keld Moseholm (Denmark) it was one of my favourite pieces from Sculpture by the Sea this year. Three chubby chaps absorbed in their reading, about to step off the ...! As an avid book reader I can relate, I've burnt many a dinner distracted by words :)


... and 'ocean lace' below by Britt Mikkelsen (WA) just because it's pretty in the sunset! Look at those surfers out there.. you wouldn't catch me in the water at twilight, feeding time for big beasties in the sea! End of week already and storms predicted for Perth today, I hope they've got it right this time, a storm would be most welcome! Happy Friday, take care and stay safe...


32 comments:

  1. Hmm, maybe that's the beach we hear about occasionally when there are reports of shark attacks off the coast of Australia.

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  2. Ha! Love these "tubby" guys!! What a fun sculpture, but then you've had so many great ones in your Sculpture by the Sea!! I have enjoyed your posts/pics of it so much, Grace!! Such a beautiful beach scene, but we can all do without the sharks!! We have some off our coast, too, but seldom and not many, fortunately!! Hope you have a great weekend!!

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  3. I think they are doing gym to lose weight. :=).

    Tomás.

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  4. Yes the lad has a look of astonishment on his face!

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  5. If I tried to read while walking like that, I'd end up roadkill!

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  6. Love the 3 guys, Grace! I wouldn't be out in that water either!!

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  7. Though I devour books, I try to avoid reading and walking for just that reason! It's a lovely sculpture!

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  8. I like those readers ! But I don't read and walk at the same time , usually .. :o)

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  9. That little boy's expression is just the best. That is a very clever piece indeed. I wouldn't be out in the water either.....for any number of reasons.

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  10. Those first two photos reminded me of Humpty Dumpty about to take a great fall. That first shot is a winner! Don't think I would be a surfer at this time of day for just the reason you mentioned.

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  11. You are a Light Magician!



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  12. Oh my gosh, he's just adorable! That expression on his face is priceless!

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  13. I think that the 3 readers need to do some walking and exercise. Reading is a wonderful vice, tho!

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  14. Great photos! Love those chubby guys and the kid's face is classic...

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  15. Quite funny, aren't they. You never hear of anyone burning a meal because they are distracted by housework, or knitting even.

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  16. I reallylike that first sculpture and that kids face is priceless.

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  17. That, my friend, is a wonderful pair of images of a very original work. Perhaps a comment on the fate of mankind?

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  18. That first one is wonderful. I love it.

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  19. Both these were my favs! What storm?

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  20. Ha, ha, this is such a funny sculpture, love it. And the expression of the child is priceless.

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  21. I'd smile too seeing 3 overweight naked guys out in the sun. RUN for cover!

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  22. I like the sculptures, but the expression of that little girl is priceless !
    I think she saw your camera, Grace :)

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  23. Wow, Grace, you are a marvelous photographer, that kid in the pic, just a perfect shot!
    The colors, awwww, perfect light, good combination, the two of you :-)

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  24. fab capture of the young man's face.

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  25. That's too funny, and really creative!

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  26. The first sculpture has a fun/serious message there. Love the idea. And the "ocean lace" is so very pretty. reminds me of a colander.

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  27. You find some awesome art work! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  28. i love the chubby readers!!! and the surprised look of the boy you caught behind. i like the texture...makes me want to reach out and run my hand across them!
    (are those monkey puzzle trees??? cool!)
    the ocean lace is beautiful!! i agree...you wouldn't catch me in the ocean nearing sunset!!

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  29. That's an unusual sculpture but it made me smile.

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