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When I was bushwalking a few weeks ago with a friend we went to The Figure Eight Pool. I wasn’t overly interested in seeing it again (Here are two photos I took when I was last there) due to how … Continue reading
As seen in The Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney. Whilst this was taken roughly mid-afternoon, the light is as warm as it is as (if I remember correctly) the the bushfires were still in full force. It’s evident from the … Continue reading
And so the day drags on like the knuckles against the ground, but instead of scraping the skin away and causing more harm than good on a physical level, this is just a drag that seems to stretch out for … Continue reading
Mu Boyan’s Horizon. Deep meaning, etc. etc. This sculpture worked well with the scene at hand. The form and design were both interesting and the sculpture felt more harmonious with the surrounds rather than clashing. I hope you enjoy.
Another photo of Wei Wang’s Walking, as seen as part of Sculpture by the Sea. This was taken on my 2nd visit to the exhibition this year. A few people look at the sculpture and its form. To be honest, … Continue reading
A sculpture created by Wei Wang. I like the framing of this one. It was done out of necessity. On my first visit to this year’s Sculpture by the Sea, sculptures were still being placed. This was due to the … Continue reading
I think. It might be Trip I and either II or III. This was seen at Scuplture by the Sea. It is by April Pine. A great sculpture that has a good display of form and motion. I hope you enjoy.
Here’s two photos of the Figure-Eight Pool in the Royal National Park. The shape is interesting from a geological standpoint and I think that they make for a nice tourist attraction, but otherwise I don’t care about them. There have been … Continue reading
Here is a photo of Archibald Fountain in Hyde Park. I took this in March. I was attending a farewell dinner for a manager that had left my office and I managed to arrive much earlier than I expected to, … Continue reading