Published: Sunday 10th of September 2006 12:58:31 PM
Very good worked "Out of the deepness of space" ...
atmosphere and face expression really fit - I just wonder what the sculptor wanted to tell us?
Wonderful Paula,you did great job with PS,congrats Best regards Shuki
Paula, such a lovely scenery, very interesting statue against nice background, and great perspective are amazing!!! Best regards.
I see this and think of an ode to tantrums. The clouds add a dynamic feel.
Paula,the mood of the background fits well with the sculpture.Great composition.
Shuki, Alix, Daily, Thanks. I had to process two files from the raw shot because the statue was backlit, but like the "angry" atmosphere that resulted.
Well makes me smile. This is cute & I like te stong dramatic bg contrast.
LOL !! Superb funny scene, Paula. Excellent composition, light, clouds and colors. Quite original work! Best regards!
Thanks Hanna, I think my friend told me, this kid, or parts of it, were stolen more than once and remade. Richard, Amar, Biswajit, Cherlyn: Thanks. THis pic makes me smile; glad you, too, enjoyed it. Wilson, Agree on the halo, though at first I thought it had a sort of bursting out effect.
Ada, we cross-posted. Thanks you .
Vigeland Park Andrea, Spencer, David, I read that Vigeland, the sculptor, created these 200 statues to represent humans in all possible poses and moods as well as stages of life. Kids can get angry and, to me, this statue really conveys the mixture of pain and anger you can see in children. His expression is priceless but, backlit, it was not clearly visble; That's why I worked out two versions of the file and the sky decided to get in tune with the kid:-) Thanks.
He must be feeling cold. LOL Paula,I am as curious as Andrea as what the sculptor telling us?
children aren't always 'lovely', 'cute' and so on. right? well fitting photograph! :-) (a symbol of luck for others? or why his hand is so... 'worn'?)
Beautiful and well thaught of work, very nice and original. Regards
Your ominous sky heightens the anger of the boy. Funny and nice captured shot, Paula. Greetings, Ada:)