And so to London and the Olympic Park where we get up close and personal to Anish Kapoor's Sculpture. Note I still have that £$%&*+g blob of sun tan cream on the lens.....sigh
Excellent composition and very beautiful capture of the sculpture, damage for the stain on the lens. This is not the right place to put the cream for sunbathing.
Have a nice day.
30 Jul 2014 6:22am
30 Jul 2014 6:28am
It is an amazing and somewhat confusing sight although not unpleasant, and I'm not talking about your sun-cream !
30 Jul 2014 6:55am
@Doug: It's certainly more impressive this close up. From a distance I think its lack of harmony and balance are much more noticeable.
A "puzzle mecano" as they had my brothers when we were kids! Excellent image and POV! Best, Adela
30 Jul 2014 10:37am
very nice shot
with beautiful angle, frame, clouds & graphics!
30 Jul 2014 10:58am
Beautiful perspectiv on this bizarre sculpture !
30 Jul 2014 3:07pm
When you have excess parts what do you do with them - call them art and sell it to a city. :) You presented it very well. Nicely done - except for the suntan lotion.
30 Jul 2014 5:43pm
Nice work even with a blob.
30 Jul 2014 7:06pm
I'm sure his mother loves him! The mind boggles at how much time and effort went into making that. I do like the way that you've captured it, though.
30 Jul 2014 7:15pm
What a fantastic viewpoint to see the complexity of this!!!
30 Jul 2014 8:29pm
Amazing structure !! Great framing to convey that sense of sure crash ;-)
30 Jul 2014 10:41pm
Fabulous POV! What an interesting sculpture. At first it looked like a twisted strand of DNA to me. It is quite an intricate structure.
31 Jul 2014 12:36am
Quelle compo cette armature rouge très impressionnant.
31 Jul 2014 2:40am
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