Abstract Angles 2014©photography by Isadora
“A sculpture is just a painting cut out and stood up somewhere.”
François de la Rochefoucauld quotes ~
Visiting Albany, New York in May, I came across this striking metal sculpture.
Most noticeable were the obvious lines and angles which created an impressive
impact against the linear building just behind it.
Xiao Yu asks, “What does angular mean to you?”
It might mean the corner on which you live or the intersection of sea and sky at a 180 degree angle.
Angular also offers a chance to shoot from an entirely new perspective:
from above, below, or even from the margins of the fray. Above all, have fun!
Olivia and Oscar are jammin’ ….. 😎
Stop by and watch them improvise some cool tunes … 🎺 🎺 🎼
Originally posted on orples:
Who needs a cousin it when you have orples running around? And to add to that scenario, check this out: Izzy grows trumpet trees on her blog , ‘isadoraartandphotography’. It’s a good thing, too, because those trumpets look pretty heavy. These two are obviously natural musicians. I guess when you’re orples, once you’ve transformed from oranges into mobile little characters, nothing is impossible.
While they play their tunes, please feel free to check out the neighborhood. :) If you would like to be included in our adventures, leave me a comment, and let me know. You can pursue previous postings for the details. Happy blogging, everyone. :)
This one called Sagg Portal #6 is by the Dutch Artist Hans Van de Bovenkamp.
The sculpture is 12′ high X 24′ wide X 6′ deep. It is stainless steel.
It must have been quite an achievement to place the sculpture in this park.
An artistic friend of mine has always dabbled in creating things out of wood. She’s a great admirer creative wood items.
This Throne Chair occupies a space in her living. No - it is not comfortable. But, she loves taking photos of people sitting in it when you come to visit.
Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge Week #37 – to join in click here
~~~ “We can only appreciate the miracle of a sunrise if we have waited in the darkness” ~~~
In this week’s challenge, show us your minimalist photos. Find an interesting texture, color, or silhouette. Maybe there is a story that you can tell with your minimalist photo. Try an interesting angle with your composition to turn a traditional scene into a minimalist one, by eliminating as much of the extra detail in the background as possible. Make sure you’ve got good contrast, and your focus is nailed on the part of the photo that is telling the story, such as the tiny hand in the photo above.
Weekly Photo Challenge Minimalist – to join in click here
A perspective looking down, from the top of a beautiful circular staircase.
The basement in your grandmother’s house that frightened you as a child — and even now, as an adult.
A shot of an unforgiving sky and heavy clouds, ready to unleash a storm.
The night of October 31, the eve of All Saints’ Day, commonly celebrated by children who dress in costume and solicit candy or other treats door-to-door.
Michael Jackson – Thriller
Happy Halloween !!!!
When you have a rainbow deep down in your heart, You’re smile will shine bright.
You know you’re a part of that colorful, magical feeling you’ll find, When you find your rainbow that’s hiding inside. author annonymous