Phoneography Challenge~The Art of a Sculpture

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Part of a wonderful sculpture at the Hyatt Embarcadero, in San Francisco, California

Sculpture by Charles O. Perry, titled Eclipse.

Take a trip over to Lens and Pens by Sally for additional entries in this week’s Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo challenge.

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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40 Responses to Phoneography Challenge~The Art of a Sculpture

  1. Incredible photo. I love the light, the geometry of the structure. It looks like walking through it would take you to another dimension of time and space!

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  2. mihrank says:

    Beautiful post and informative – Sculpture has been a means of human expression since prehistoric times. The ancient cultures of Egypt and Mesopotamia produced an enormous number of sculptural masterworks, frequently monolithic, that had ritual significance beyond aesthetic considerations.

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  3. I love the light in this!

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  4. ChgoJohn says:

    Beautiful sculpture and capture, Angeline. I’d be dumbstruck standing before it.

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  5. bulldog says:

    Wow what lovely interacting lines…

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  6. Beautiful lines, Angeline and a great job framing such an interesting section of the sculpture. 🙂

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  7. Ruth says:

    Oh that is a wonderful sculpture, Angeline. Thanks for sharing your great photo of it.

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  8. Now that is quite wonderful.

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  9. Colline says:

    Very interesting – both the sculpture and your photo of it.

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  10. Oh wow, that is striking! I’m guessing it wasn’t easy to capture the light and color of such a wild reflective sculpture.

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  11. Amy says:

    This really is an awesome capture, Angeline!

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  12. thirdeyemom says:

    Beautiful Angeline!

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  13. Super shot, Angeline. I know what you mean about taking a photo of just a part. Sometimes you simply can’t do justice to an entire “thing.” But a part of it can be magical, as here.

    janet

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  14. INCREDIBLE!! Great Photo!!!

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  15. ViewPacific says:

    Wonderful shot of that sculpture.
    I recall that the Eastridge Mall in San Jose has a similar work, perhaps by the same artist. It may offer you yet another perspective.

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  17. Angeline, your perspective gives justice to a magnificent artwork. Happy Photo Challenge.

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