A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
The shadowing of the ring piece really makes it look 3D.
It somewaht reminds me of the initial sequence of the old James Bond movies...
Cool perspective. Nice colors -- at first glance, I thought the sign said, 'Blue Black Square', which would have made it even more colorful, I suppose. Enjoy your Tuesday!
Love the use of framing to create a bulls eye effect...
Beautiful composition! Love it!RT
What a good idea Jack the Blue Black Square through the Pink Round Hole, excellent viewpoint!! I like your way of looking at things.
I like the bird's-eye view!ENAMORED OF REDEnamored of redI lie in my bed,Dreaming of cherry-filled crèmes;For red is the shade,The prettiest made,That gives me the sweetest of dreams.© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherRed and Yellow Rooftops
I love the framing with the sculpture! Nice shot, Jack. :)
Ok, so why Blue Back SQ?
Great shot Jack. Wonderful composition and colors.
I remember this red sculpture. Very cool composition, Jack.
Good job, Jack!Your creativityIs showing inRed, blue and back.And in spite of the signI know you're not squareBut I'll never say nothin'About all of your hair.Or lack thereof.Heh, heh!
Awesome composition and what a terrific and very creative capture for the day, Jack! I love it! Enjoy your day!!Sylvia
Oh, Jack, I love this one - there's so much fun stuff going on, between the colors and framing and lighting!
Terrific shot, Jack! I love its colours and composition!
What a great frame! and what fun composition, with all those opposite things in one shot!
Brilliant job, though that blue is sort of bothering me now...
Well framed picture Jack, well seen, I like ti very much!
I like this square within a circle - or sort-of circle.
Great shot! I love this sculpture -it looked fabulous in the snow.
I remember this sculpture and like how you used it as a frame for this photo.
I like this perspective!
Pardon, but this must be Hartford Rouge, n'est -ce pas??
Very nice framing in Red!
Well, I like the square of the sign as well as the implication of the word through the shape of the circle. A nice contradiction.
Nice framing Jack. But it's a bit like one of those psychology tests where the word says blue but its colour is red and you're supposed to say 'red'! I never can do those.
OOOOOOh, so fun.
PS - just for reference - the artist is Charles O. Perry, which I learned by clicking on the link. Doesn't the sculpture look grand in the snow too?
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