Urban Forest – this sculpture consists of three nine-meter (29.5 ft) high stacks of bright spinning cubes. I have displayed two images in both black + white and colour as both sets have a different impact on the eye. The shadows cast by the on-ground display lights together with passing traffic cast some nice angular … Continue reading
Scaena – I believe backgrounds are fundamental to scene setting or for providing the context for a story line, this is the basis for why bedtime stories often start with the line “Once upon a time, in a land far far away, there was a…” or something to that affect. I’ve tried to feed the story … Continue reading
Escape on Alcatraz – Before ever having visited Alcatraz Island, I had always envisioned the ‘Rock’ to be the cliched dark island emerging from the fog and perhaps it was. It was the prison gardens in full bloom however that blew me away and the stories of the inmates who tended and cared for them. It is this … Continue reading
Lets face it – this week I thought I would extend myself a little bit and really challenge myself. I thought I would try and present my images in the cubism form made famous by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. This is my first attempt at doing this. I sketched first on paper and then … Continue reading
The Secret – If you want damn fine traditional Italian woodfired pizza, head down to Pizzeria Napoli in Wellington’s Courtney Place. Pizzeria Napoli also has calzone’s and pasta dishes on the menu. I had planned (schemed more like it) to go there Saturday evening after my football game with my two mates (one of whom had … Continue reading
Sea Foam and Sand – On a weekend away, I consciously captured these shots because I liked the patterns. I then added these photographs to my archive of “rainy day” items. Whilst it’s not raining outside (its actually foggy) I think these images lend themselves nicely to this weeks challenge. I do like the nostalgia.
View from Mirror Lake – This is Indian Rock (I believe), which faces Half Dome and which together form the valley in which Mirror Lake lies. Not a big mountain by any means but a mountain nonetheless. We reached Mirror Lake after a leisurely thirty minute bicycle ride from the Yosemite Valley Visitor Centre. It was … Continue reading