Friday, March 19, 2010

Intermezzo

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Phoenix, Washington Street - 2010

A break for the eyes, for the mind.
Look at the picture and write what you think or pass on it.
On Sunday evening (Arizona time) all replies will appear in the comments section.

Une pose pour les yeux, pour l’esprit.
Regardez la photo : écrivez ce que vous ressentez ou bien passez votre chemin.
Vos réponses seront toutes affichées, dans la section des commentaires dimanche soir, heure d’Arizona.

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11 comments:

Miss_Yves said...

www.lemonde.fr/cinema/article/2009/12/08/louise-bourgeois-l-araignee-la-maitresse-et-la-mandarine-faire-une-toile-avec-louise-bourgeois_1277673_3476.html

Araignée du matin, chagrin
Araignée du midi, souci
Araignée du soir, espoir...
Qui la tue n'en a plus .

Rob said...

High heeled fashion for this bronze aunt.

Peter said...

A very optimistic and nice, smiling sculpture, possibly inspired by the Louise Bourgeois spider! Nice shoes!

Joy said...

It makes me smile!

Anonymous said...

"la cigale ayant chanté" (et dansé)"tout l'été"!!!!
J'aime particulièrement les chaussures à talons!

thérèse said...

Amusante et impréssionnante la sculpture mais elle a beau sourire .

claude said...

Spiderwoman !

Diane AZ said...

Wearing a big smile, cute hat and shoes and carrying coins, she must be shopping!

notaphotographerbutiplayoneontv said...

What a cool sculpture! I had never seen that. I thought "happy little bug" which made me start thinking about the late Bob Ross, the painter. *shrugs* Hope your weekend was great! Thanks for stopping by.

myko said...

J'apprécie toujours les photos d'oeuvres d'art. Après la sculpture de Louise Bourgeois, voici une autre araignée qui avec des hauts talons a un côté amusant.
Bonne semaine Thérèse :)

Bibi said...

I haven't seen his insects before, but they are great. Have seen his work in the NY subway and on the street in Seattle.