Family of Man

By Alan_Baseley    
And now for a change. We took our 17month old Grandson (and all the paraphernalia that comes with him) to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park last week so I decided to take my much lighter TZ40 rather than the Pentax.
This is a shot of and through one of the exhibits from Dame Barbara Hepworth's group "The Family of Man".

Thanks to everyone for the C & Cs on Speckled Wood, with special thanks to Phil, Uma, Nigel, Adrian & Cathy for their UAs. I'm really chuffed it did so well.

Tags: Yorkshire sculpture park Barbara hepworth Family of man Sculpture Ysp Texture Black and white Specialist and abstract Close-up and macro

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NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2014 9:07AM
An interesting image within an image. Superbly observed and captured Alan.

Regards Nathan

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mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.0k 1603 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2014 9:56AM
I've tried several times for pretty well the same composition but not got it right - it's a question of getting the angles on both the foreground and distant sculptures right without either decapitating the other sculpture or including the sky above the trees... You got it right, I covet this one! Focus, depth of field, textures - perfect.
Moira
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
18 Jun 2014 10:35AM
Interesting location Alan, like your perspective.
Ron
paulknight 7 2 8 New Zealand
18 Jun 2014 10:40AM
That's great photography! Well done indeed! Light level on the front sculpture is perfect.
jadus 5 1.2k 3 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2014 11:09AM
No nappy bag in sight!! excellent photo Alan. As Moira said focus, depth of field and textures. Well done!

Jade
18 Jun 2014 12:18PM
Wonderful Alan great D O F GrinGrin
18 Jun 2014 12:40PM
Now this is different, Alan - well composed with so many shapes and textures.

Richard
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
18 Jun 2014 1:01PM
Well composed image Alan. I do like it.
Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2014 1:59PM
A different and immaginative take on this well known sculpture. Well done Alan.
Peter.
pamelajean Plus
11 976 1882 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2014 2:13PM
I love the way you have filled the frame with the sculpture and got a view of another one through the hole.
I was trying this only last Monday, but there was nothing to see through the gapSad!
mistere Plus
3 2 3 England
18 Jun 2014 5:08PM
Excellent image Alan, well taken.

Dave.
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
18 Jun 2014 8:56PM
Great POV Alan. Hope the grandson was given time to understand what it was !!!!!GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Ron
Great pov Alan, love the mono..a very interesting image..

Lynette Grin

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