Tag Archives: sculpture
Notre Dame, the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Paris; construction began in 1163, everything else you can find in Wikipedia, so I won’t go there, but I did want to stress the age of this incredible church. As the Sunday … Continue reading
Rodin’s The Kiss. Being in the Rodin Museum in Paris gave me an opportunity to try to ratchet down photographically to the essence of this sculpture. As a whole, it is absolutely stunning But to take away from the whole, … Continue reading
Inspiration for me is found in art; paintings, sculptures, architecture, and of course photography. These sculptures are on an outside wall of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Rounding a corner and seeing this, with the afternoon sun providing the … Continue reading
This week it’s all about two clear halves in a composition in the WPC. Splitting the photo in half when framing your shot, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally. Better than splitting hairs.
Walking in to the Honolulu Museum of Art is a bit unusual in that one walks into courtyards in a tropical climate, heavy with humidity the day I visited, and feel transported to other worlds. Bertram Goodhue, a New York … Continue reading
An object of inspiration on the rooftop of San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art.
I will slowly introduce you to the mermaid who dwells above the bar of The Seahorse Lounge at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. We had cocktails here every evening, and I fell in love with her.
I was out on a cafe veranda last night at Caesars Palace for a fireworks display. I looked over to see a Roman chariot racing off into the night. A post to take part in Ailsa’s weekly photo challenge. http://wheresmybackpack.com/2012/07/06/night/
A favorite mermaid in my collection, but not until today, when I took the photo, did I look to see what she is gazing upon in her hands. Photo taken using iPhone 4s, Snapseed, and ArtistaOil