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Moore Heads

By baclark
Hi everyone, many thanks for C&C's on - You Tickling My Nose? Sorry for mostly clicks yesterday, we had a fun but tiring day trip to Kent, to see the new Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate, loved it! Pics to follow.......

Then on to my childhood holiday haunt of Broadstairs. Yes we paddled in the sea, but let me tell you that after 10 seconds, my ankles hurt from the cold! Smile It is the North Sea after all!

Here's one of Moore's bronze sculptures from Hatfield House. This is called King and Queen and dates to 1952-3. It stands 164cm tall and is one of just a couple on the lawns. V2 gives the setting, it's much more cropped that I wanted but the bright sky and other visitors gave me little option.

Thanks for looking, hope you are enjoying the BH weekend?
Barbara

Tags: Henry moore General Sculptures Hatfield House

Voters: barbarahirst, davey_griffo, woolybill1 and 25 more


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barbarahirst 13 27 12 United Kingdom
2 May 2011 9:50AM
Great title for V1 .... still smiling
davey_griffo 12 213 165 England
2 May 2011 9:54AM
Love V2, made me chuckle.
woolybill1 Plus
15 38 78 United Kingdom
2 May 2011 10:15AM
You have chosen the pov for V1 most carefully - the figures look more imposingly tall than they really are. And in V2 they look more active than the chap in the chair!
Bill
helenlinda Plus
14 374 22 United Kingdom
2 May 2011 10:27AM
V2 for me - love the inclusion of and lack of interaction from the man engrosed in his book, taking advantage of the shade
Helen
accipiter 12 61 England
2 May 2011 10:45AM
Both good - but I think your choice of pov for v1 is excellent. A
andylea 13 37 1 United Kingdom
2 May 2011 12:44PM
two belters barbara brilliant detail and colours v2 for me today a cracker nice one Wink
andy
frz67 12 10 32 Italy
2 May 2011 1:38PM
really like v1. beautiful!

francesco
mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.0k 2465 United Kingdom
2 May 2011 1:51PM
V1 is enigmatic, slightly disturbing. I'm reading expressions into those blank canvases. V2 - I love the way they are watching the seated gentleman. And he doesn't realise...
Moira
EAS 12 1 13 Scotland
2 May 2011 2:39PM
Like both. V2 is wonderful in including the detached reader echoing their pose but for me, has to be V1.

Ann
mikbee 14 3 8 Scotland
2 May 2011 2:58PM
Must have been quite a hot day Barbara with the gentleman sitting in the shade here !!
Good shots.
Mick.
morpheus1955 15 3 2 United Kingdom
2 May 2011 3:24PM
Great shot Barbara, definitely V1 for me.

Hugh
maggieh 13 4 United Kingdom
2 May 2011 5:18PM
The pov in V1 is great - the two beautifully textured and shaped heads against that clear blue sky is riveting. V2 is not only a great composition but it's fun too. Love both these shots.
maggie
TonyWatson 11 1 England
3 May 2011 10:26AM
Thought it was a couple of ducks with headphones on untill I read your description. Still what do I know about sculpture Wink
Nice work Barbara, hope you enjoyed your visit to Kent, we were just a few miles from you at a zoo in Canterbury.
Regards
doc
gingerdelight 15 298 11 United Kingdom
3 May 2011 11:39AM
Two super images Barbara. V1 is a super image with that blue sky for background, but it's V2 for me today, with the juxtaposition of the sculptures and the seated gentleman; an excellent composition, well done!
Carol
TrevBatWCC Plus
13 13 19 England
3 May 2011 3:47PM
Two great captures, Barbara, they contrast well against that lovely blue sky. Nice to see the wider view in V2 also Smile
Trev Smile
imagio 15 12 1 England
3 May 2011 8:28PM
2 great exposures Barbara

bernie
pamelajean Plus
15 1.6k 2238 United Kingdom
3 May 2011 10:25PM
I favour V1 for the close detail of the sculpture, but getting V2 not only puts them into context but is amusing as well.
Suehh 14 39 6 England
3 May 2011 11:08PM
Beautifully done - I think the comp in V1 is wonderful - and against the clear blue sky - just wonderful!
Jekaro 12 1 United Kingdom
4 May 2011 8:01AM
Two cracking shots, Barbara, both superbly captured, V1 for me, love the point of view.
Roy
AshTree 12 1.7k 6 England
4 May 2011 9:21AM
I love the imposing composition of V1, but would have to pick V2 if pushed, for the amusing contrast between the regal couple and their subject.
Theresa

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