This metal sculpture looked so interesting that I decided to copy the pose. Julie tries to play with public art yet again.Continue reading Just crossing the street (PPAC#25)
This is an interesting challenge. It reminds me of those cardboard children’s books where each page there is a small cutout of a color and it leads you another object to the next page and on to the next page. If this was a children’s book, it would a color feature and the first page would start off as a large object going down to a small object with that color.
I decided for this challenge to play with the color yellow because it’s warm, inviting, and fun. Plus, I wanted some excuse to share a photo of the gigantic Rubber Duck sculpture. I remembered when the duck arrived to San Pedro many years ago, I dragged my boyfriend (now husband) to go check it out after work. I think if it were to make a children’s board book around the color yellow, these photos could pull it off…
Here are some colors from large and small across the blogosphere!
- Photographias – Red
- Anvica’s Gallery – Orange
- Philosophy Through Photography – Blue
- Solaner – Violet
- Scilla Grace – White
…plus other fellow yellows!
Lens-Artist Challenge: Large to Small
CMMC – June Color – Yellow
Paddington is a Spectacled Bear native in Andean jungle and the only bear species in South America. You’ll find this statue is one of the many landmarks you’ll find along the Miraflores boardwalk.