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Another photo of part of The Archibald Memorial Fountain (previous parts here and here). When I took this photo I was trying to capture the symmetry. I think I came close to what I wanted. I like how this image … Continue reading
Here’s another sculpture that is a part of The Archibald Memorial Fountain. Theseus is partially off to the side. When I took this photo I wanted to focus on the minotaur and its form and facial expression. I think there’s … Continue reading
It has been a while since I last took a photo of The Lewis Wolf Levy Fountain. I think the lady is trying to keep the object in her hand away from the heron. I think this due to the … Continue reading
This sculpture is part of The J. F. Archibald Memorial Fountain. The person in this photo is (from my understanding) meant to represent Pan, but it could instead be Aristaios. There’s conflicting information so I’m going to check out the … Continue reading
A sculpture from last year’s Sculpture by the Sea. There’s a sense of intensity in this sculpture. I’m not quite sure why, but I think it may have to do with its overall design more than the face. Features feel exaggerated … Continue reading
A sculpture created by Gillie and Marc. Another photo from Sculpture by the Sea. Easily one of my favourite sculptures. I find it to be striking and in a sense powerful. This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s photo challenge. This one … 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.
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
This sculpture was created by Takahiro Hirata. It is my favourite from this year’s Sculpture by the Sea. In this photo I like how it works with the light around it. The surfaces are rendered hard but the way the … Continue reading