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Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by grebeman, Sep 26, 2013.
Today it has to be one from earlier in the month, this "fire breathing" modern sculpture
One from a few days ago
late at night, nothing shot. desperation
Coffee and mags by kyte50, on Flickr
Bride and groom exit the wedding reception
Minion(e) by Marlof Bregonje, on Flickr
"Find the Ladybug"
Foggy morning web with the dew on it.
I have a long work day ahead of me with almost no breaks for photography so I am taking the liberty of posting a photo I took yesterday - of a pay telephone box on the street in Mexico City...
Pay telephone, Mexico City by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr
Too cool! Beautiful light on the sculpture, and what a great sky! Where/what is the sculpture?
hands and hair
I think I like this one better in color....I'll post that one in the "leftovers" thread.
evergreen.... not quite by Lukinosity, on Flickr
Hi Ruby, and thank you for your comments. The sculpture is in Plymouth (UK) and is located on the end of the Mayflower Pier on Plymouth Barbican. The two piers protecting the entrance to Sutton Harbour weren't actually built until the 1790's so weren't there when the Pilgrim Fathers set sail in the Mayflower, though they embarked from a landing stage very close to this site. The sculpture is probably about 40 feet up in the air and thus several feet high in itself. It's a creature made up of all the sort of marine catch landed at the nearby fish market. Somewhat controversial when first erected but now part of the scene I guess.
Found this guy (or is this a gal?) under the chair on our patio.
Pumpkin Patch by donlaw200, on Flickr
Super! I love spider webs.
Really like this conversion.
That shadow is fantastic. I believe that's an American House Spider, whose venom is only very mildly toxic.
Nope, it's actually a Funnel Web Spider, but it's not harmful to humans either.