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WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.5k 148 England
8 Jul 2013 6:50AM
Doesn't actually look very comfortable! Tongue so I'll pass on the invite, thanks. The tree is so important, well found pov, Alan.

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Nigeve1 Plus
2 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 7:10AM
Excellent composition with the tree, the shadow works really well too. The institute could do with more gardners, a spot of weeding and trim of the grass would enhance the clean lines of the sculpture; budget cutbacks probably. Great image though.
Nigel
8 Jul 2013 7:14AM
Well composed ... agree that the place could do with more gardeners.


Phil
8 Jul 2013 7:27AM
Have to confess, to my shame, that I was more interested in the Art than the blades of grass BlushSad ....I'll never learn Grin
Very good, like the wavy lines against straight.
8 Jul 2013 7:36AM
So you're OK with the bits of grass then Si? GrinGrinGrinGrin (I mean, it's an Art Gallery, not Kew Gardens.)
AnnChown Plus
6 197 1 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 7:45AM
Crumbs! These guys must cut their lawns with manicure scissors if they think it needs tidying up. An interesting sculpture - love all those lines. Smile
marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 7:52AM
The clean lines of the structure remind me of a Joel Tjintjelaar image (minus the long exposure), and he is one of my photographic heroes... A superbly created simple image that shouts quality!
8 Jul 2013 8:10AM
Thanks Ann, Mark. I'd forgotten to mention that MIMA were using the garden to conduct an experiment in Grass Geriatrics.
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 8:16AM
Agree the importance of the tree. The sculpture resembles a large c/h radiator with a wiggly front.
In twenty years' time when the weeds have taken over people may well wonder what on earth the sculpture is all about Smile
A nicely mimanilist image Blush
Regards
Bill
8 Jul 2013 8:26AM

Quote:Agree the importance of the tree. The sculpture resembles a large c/h radiator with a wiggly front.
In twenty years' time when the weeds have taken over people may well wonder what on earth the sculpture is all about Smile
A nicely mimanilist image Blush
Regards
Bill



It looks different depending on where you stand, so is truly 3-dimensional, as sculpture should be. It's quite serenely beautiful, and I haven't done it justice.
I don't expect it to be there in even 2 years time, much less twenty!

"mimanilist" ............kindly leave the stage Wink

Cheers, Bill.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 838 1368 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 10:37AM
First thing I noticed was the ruthlessly truncated tree; then the weeds; then the nicely squiggly lines; then the straight ones.
My God, there's actually a good reason for visiting Middlesbrough here!
Moira
widtink Plus
3 406 2 Scotland
8 Jul 2013 10:40AM
A fine image obv composition is everything here and you have nailed it (another wee lesson for the widtink) GrinGrinGrin Well thought out my man.GrinGrin

Rod
Nikonuser1 Plus
3 17 10 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 12:53PM
A well captured image, like the compSmile


Cliff

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