This is an old (110y) flour mill. Do you see the face?
Now this is a photo I would love to have hanging in my place.Asher,
Thanks. I already mentioned that I have a vivid imagination. The lamps are mounted on the roof of a small AWD car. The 'U'-shaped part between the lamps just makes the nose and that is what made it interesting to me.
I was less thinking of any kind of dream as the retracted position in a shelter watching is not so much of a dream to me. So much for perception.
I do not have an explanation for this one (and I did noot look for one but just took the picture):
Seen on a hike:
This is from the archives - I liked the colour contrast expressing cold and warmth:
The segmented curves round the light like a massive and reassuringly strong arm. I am impressed. Is that a sculptural public art light stand or what? As a sculpture the light would be unusual.
But the red makes me think of m this as public art!
This was a lamp on the Tollwood festival (winter) back in 2010. A found object sculpture indeed.I like these. For me they are the photographic version of "found object sculpture".