Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington, USA
Canon S400 | 1/800 sec | F/2.8
The shadow of the sculpture’s arm creates the perfect “vest” for the torso – what’s really interesting to me here is that there is a perceptible thickness and dimension to the sculpture that is left totally open with regard to the museum building itself, which looks like it could go on for miles and miles from this perspective.
I would like to get in touch with Anne but I can’t find her email anywhere. Anne, if you are reading this please get in touch with me (my email is included with this post). If anyone else knows how to reach her, please let me know.
his twin is in san diego. 😉
Great perspective and tonality!!
The sepia tones are superb 🙂
now i miss home! 🙂
nice post for working!!!
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