Monday, July 28, 2014

Crossing

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A bridge for Triangle Man? This is Dan Graham's Triangle Bridge Over Water at Laumeier. Click the link or look at the placard below. I like this one a lot but it was too tight to shoot from inside.

These last few days' posts teach a lesson. You can't look at serious art and just say to yourself that's cool or what a pile of junk.  You have to stop, maybe sit for awhile, and think. What associations does the object bring to you? Why does it look like this, in this particular setting? What could it possibly mean? It takes a bit of creativity and an open mind to appreciate what's going on. Repeated exposure helps.

Low on material again. I shot at the Arch yesterday for the first time in ages. Maybe I'll run a few days' worth. Then over to Kansas City Thursday and out into the prairies of Kansas to see Mrs. C's family. It has a lot to offer visually.   

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Madeleine Monday

Andy and Claire's Wedding Saturday 50

I'm trying to finish the family photos from Andy and Claire's wedding so I can get the album done. Edited this one over the weekend.                       

8 comments:

cieldequimper said...

A little pyramid for Madeleine la belle !

Olivier said...

tres esoterique comme creation.
Toujours aussi mignonne Mademoiselle Madeleine

Norma Beishir said...

Madeleine trumps any old modern art thingy any day!

William Kendall said...

I can see wildlife getting puzzled by the mirrors. Madeleine looks too sweet!

Stefan Jansson said...

I agree on your thoughts about art. I stopped an art thing with a friend a few days ago. It's a big sculpture, and it is impossible to understand. But it does say LSD at one place.

Nathalie Beaumes said...

Aaah, was Miss Madeleine just waking up from a nap? We've seldom seen her with those sleepy eyes...
Lovely dress she's wearing!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I like Mr. Graham's bridge very much Bob, but I love little Madeleine.. oh my look how she's grown.. wee cherub!

spygarden.com said...

That triangular sculpture is great.