the hedge was so tired of all the rectangles that it decided to grow a circle

by Arnold Wolfgang

the hedge was so tired of all rectangles that architecture suburbia rectangle arnold wolfgang

Tags: architecture suburbia rectangle hedge

Category: Fine Art

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Copyright : CC-BY-SA 4.0 - Wolfgang Arnold

Published: Saturday 7th of October 2017 05:27:39 PM


Comments

Holger Stelljes
Great title and well seen Wolfgang. I like this..............................BR, Holger

Jack McRitchie
This is one of those pictures that seems so ordinary that it's easy to pass it by without comment. But there's something strangely compelling about this modest house with its picket fence and oddly trimmed hedge. It's like someone you meet at a party who at first seems unremarkable but whose conversation hints at a lively mind and subtly attractive personality, a person you'd like to get to know. The car in the foreground plays an important role, I think, giving the picture almost a serendipitous quality like something encountered unexpectedly but fortuitously.

Wolfgang Arnold
Holger, Jack, many thanks for your comments and appreciation. @Jack: well described - it's this "don't judge a book by its cover"-thing. At first I found the car annoying (I regularly encounter cars that are about to spoil my photos - they're a plague :-)) - but then I tried to make a virtue out of necessity and integrate it - so, many thanks for pointing this out.

Franz Weber
Nur thailändische Geisterhäuschen schützen besser ,o)

Jack McRitchie
Viewing these two pictures again in your featured folder, it struck me what a nice pair they make. Somehow they took me back to my early days (in the 60's and 70's) when life was something to be explored and I was always open to discovery and fresh interpretations. Thanks for that, too.

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