Sunday, May 22, 2016

View from the bottom of the tree..



Whether you like the 'tree' sculpture seen here in reflection or not, when standing in the centre on ground level it's the perfect foil for a bit of abstract fun! I thought about presenting them in b & w but the red brick of the Town Hall peeking through above and the blue sky over the David Malcolm Justice Centre next door (could you possibly get two more diverse neighbours) were not to be ignored! These were not the skies yesterday, the skies over Perth yesterday were wild.. we're talking power-outs, branches off trees wild, perfect day to rest up the knee :) Wonder what today will bring! Happy Sunday, take care and stay safe. P.s. what do you think..whale tail below?


28 comments:

  1. The curvature catches my eye. Quite a contrast to the older building.

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  2. This will probably be a nice series of photos.

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  3. Fantastic sculpture! I love everything about it. That first shot is mesmerizing and yes, it certainly looks like a whale tail in the 2nd shot!

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  4. That is really some amazing architecture!!

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  5. These dizzy, upward perspectives are fascinating. The grroved effect in the first photo creates a sense of power and strength in the sculpture.

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  6. You have some great architecture & art and also great events happening in your city!

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  7. Wonderful perspective in that first shot, Gracie!

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  8. Both these photos are wonderful, especially like the first one with the red brick showing through.

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  9. Smashing pictures Grace, great perspective...

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  10. Checked your link (the reflection) and I think it is a very cool sculpture!

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  11. Definitely a whale tail. I love the brickwork on the Town Hall.

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  12. Very cool shot, Grace, awesome! Very artistic - guess the first one ends up on our wall as well.
    I should invite you to see your gallery here, huh? Just give me a day in advance to clean up the place ;-)

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  13. Very arty photo's today, you must have layed down flat on your back I suppose? :)

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  14. Oh, yes...definitely a whale's tail!

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  16. Love your fun, abstract take on the sculpture -- especially with the inclusion of the brick justice centre. I wonder how the location of that sculpture was approved…? You're right…they're so different! And, yet…you made it work so well! Happy Sunday!

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  17. Very impressive Grace. I love your perspective!

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  18. Wow, great piece of art, and your photos rendering it well. Bravo!

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  19. These are two incredible images!

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  20. Lovely photos Grace. That sculpture is beautiful!

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  21. Wow, exquisite photos, Grace, brava !

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  22. You are such an awesome photographer...a true photographic artist. I just love your work. I am so far behind in my visiting your blog, so I am trying to get caught up today. My back is giving me a fit so am in bed with lots of time on my hands. Sorry about the delay. I have been working on my artwork on my Buttons blog and posting some shots to my Climbing one. This having two blogs can be confusing.

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  23. Both photos are stunning and I'm glad you kept the colour. Your reasons make perfect sense.

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