Friday, February 8, 2013

Shadow

Sorry everyone but I got home last night to find I had no internet connection. Needless to say I could not visit your sites and I could not get to my files. So today I am giving you one that I had stored on my iPhone. I shot this in front of the Peyton Wright Gallery as I was out walking about. I liked the way the shadow was falling on this sculpture.

Hopefully I will have my service restored by the time I get home tonight. I will keep you posted. Have a happy weekend!

21 comments:

Judy said...

It is an interesting sculpture. I hope you get connected again soon. Happy weekend

parker said...

Perfect time to view the sculpture. Shadow play gives meaning to the art!

Leslie D. said...

Hi Randy I think everyone can relate to those modern mishaps. Thanks for keeping us in the photo loop!

Sharon said...

That is an interesting sculpture. Sorry to hear about the internet problems. I hate that when it happens. Last Friday, I woke up to extremely slow internet service...you know....dial up slow. It was frustrating but it finally cleared up around noon.
I forgot to answer you question about the guy standing on the corner in the liberty outfit. Yes, that was McDowell and 7th Ave. I was sitting at the traffic light when I spotted him.

Thérèse said...

I think that the shadow makes the sculpture! :-)

TexWisGirl said...

cool! like one giant subwoofer. :)

Lowell said...

This looks like you would have to get smaller to get through the hole! I like it a lot.

If it ain't the Internet itself, it's Google. If it ain't Google, it's Blogger. It it ain't Blogger, it's probably an evil spirit. Whatever, it ain't much fun!

cieldequimper said...

Take a deep breath and plunge into the vortex!

LONDONLULU said...

Lovely sculpture and shot, goes to show it isn't just about having the right camera. Good luck with internet!

Halcyon said...

The shadows are really neat! Hope you have a great weekend.

adriana said...

Happy weekend to you too, Randy! Nice sculpture!

Michelle said...

A great shot with the phone! Best of luck with your connection!

Michaele said...

Hope you are up and running soon. I like the sculpture. I would never think to do something like that.

Karen Xavier said...

Intriguing sculpture... and the shadows make it more interesting.

Cezar and Léia said...

A very interesting sculpture, really beautiful!
Enjoy your weekend, don't worry about internet.
hugs
Léia

Tamera said...

That's awesome! It's like a whole new artpiece with that dramatic tree shadow falling on it. Great eye, Randy! And I hope you're back online again soon. Have a great weekend.

RedPat said...

Love the sculpture! Aren't computers fun?

Judy said...

That really is a neat shot! I love how cell phones can take really good pictures.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

The shadows make it more interesting

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It is an interesting piece Randy, well done on capturing it with the shadows for a more dramatic effect.

JM said...

Very cool!