Edmonton Structures

Muttart Conservatory - Edmonton, Alberta
Muttart Conservatory – Edmonton, Alberta
Metallic Spheres Sculpture - Edmonton, Alberta 4
Metallic Spheres Sculpture – Edmonton, Alberta 4
Metallic Spheres Sculpture - Edmonton, Alberta 3
Metallic Spheres Sculpture – Edmonton, Alberta 3
Metallic Spheres Sculpture - Edmonton, Alberta 2
Metallic Spheres Sculpture – Edmonton, Alberta 2
Metallic Spheres Sculpture - Edmonton, Alberta 1
Metallic Spheres Sculpture – Edmonton, Alberta 1

Glowing green against the copper-lit reflection of city lights upon clouds, an image of Edmonton’s Muttart Conservatory moments after the world has shifted from 2012 into 2013. Other images are from the metallic, spheres structure/sculpture from the Southeast end of Edmonton’s Quesnel Bridge.

Listening to – Cheng Yu’s ‘Purple Bamboo’ and ‘Pipa 2’, Dust Devil’s ‘Liquid Lounge,’ and Alexander Kogan’s ‘Two Guitars’.

Quote to Inspire – “For me, photography has become a way of attempting to make sense of the strange world that I see around me. I don’t ever expect to achieve that understanding, but the fact that I am trying comforts me.” – Mikhael Subotzky

4 Comments Add yours

  1. yoshizen says:

    Very powerful images.

    1. Hey there, Yoshi:

      The images do contain perhaps a harshness in angles and colours and shapes. In tone, they are somewhat other-worldly.

      Ross

  2. pejuang45 says:

    very nice sculpture .. helmet ?

    1. Good day, good day …

      The spheres are roughly 24 inches in diameter and stacked; I don’t know about it being a helmet, though? Interesting to consider that the shape may be that of a helmet.

      Thanks for looking in … take care. 🙂

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