Sunday, March 13, 2016

What to do with old bits and pieces!



If they're interesting enough.. make them into a public sculpture! Oh dear I am getting desperate.. I'm getting out of the house today if it kills me :) I have a plan, a different perspective re the Sculpture by the Sea, hopefully show you tomorrow! Meanwhile back to the 'sculpture' above, made up of I'm guessing now, old replaced pipe infrastructure from the Mundaring Weir. Can any dam experts :) out there confirm? Btw it's forecast 38C today, 40C tomorrow.. I'm so over it! Happy Sunday, take care and stay safe.. p.s. thank you so much for the nice comments yesterday, I won't be silly re my knee I promise :)


34 comments:

  1. I like it, Grace, very eye catching, with a bit of whimsy. That's too hot!

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  2. It certainly makes an interesting sculpture. I think I like it.

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  3. How very cute!! I know still too hot for Autumn, I want to do some gardening and can't!

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  4. You find the BEST sights! But of course you are in magical Perth!

    Love you and love your knee, mon ami

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  5. Love the pipe sculpture Grace...and your photos. OK now I'm going back and see what happened to your knee :)

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  6. Love the pipe sculpture Grace...and your photos. OK now I'm going back and see what happened to your knee :)

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  7. Read up on your knee situation and hope all is mending as it should ;)

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  8. That's the little red engine that could! I like it. Please be careful. We kneed you!

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  9. Wow. I think this shows that anything get be passed off as "art". Not sure why they would pick fire engine red for the color. (But, that's just me!) It definitely attracts the eye.

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  10. With the amount of aging infrastructure under our streets here, I don't even want to think about the number of "sculptures" that could be created. :-)

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  11. C'est amusant comme sculpture, vous avez beaucoup d'imagination à Perth :)

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  12. C'est amusant comme sculpture, vous avez beaucoup d'imagination à Perth :)

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  13. They certainly look like old dam piping. Quite an effective piece of work.

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  14. nice art..thanks for sharing ..EW

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  15. I like it too, Grace!
    It is +18˚C here today and all the snow from last week is gone - hopefully for the year!

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  16. Very creative art. Had to believe it's still that HOT! Stay cool Grace!

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  17. mmmh not to everyone's taste but I like it...

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  18. WOW be careful in the heat. that is a cool "pipe" train.

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  19. I know you want to get out of the house but please take care. Cooling down next week.

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  20. Wonderful work indeed!! And please take care to be fit and click another day!

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  21. I like the red pipe choo choo train! I hope the knee is better.

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  22. I love it .... so cute. Oh my goodness Grace - 40* that's just too hot.

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  23. I wonder how hard it'd be to get some old pipe bits & pieces like that to bolt together. They'd look good in our backyard graveled area.

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  24. Impressive work and colour. Be careful in the sand!

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  25. What a clever idea!

    How's your knee?

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  26. Red and Green, my fav colors, Grace!
    Art is calling, huh? Just take it easy, ok?

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  27. Neat use for some old OSY valves and (ok, I'm old) as I was writing I forget what the other pieces are called. They look small for the size of the dam, but could be for many things at a dam.

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  28. these look like back-flow preventers...now sculpture, neat

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