Saturday, September 26, 2009

Egghead

Egghead
One half of "Yin and Yang", a sculpture by Robert Arneson at Embarcadero and Clay (which has changed a lot since this painting).

Shadow Shot Sunday explained; a selection of last week's is here.

15 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Oh, great shot, Tom! What an interesting looking sculpture!

Thanks for stopping by and for your kind comments! Always appreciated!

Have a great day!

Sylvia

bobbie said...

I love this one. A great shadow shot.

Carolyn Ford said...

This is great! The shadows create an even more eye-catching moment!

Ralph said...

The shadows soften his glare, deleting any anger in his eyes. Almost human in form, the shadows add character lines to thi sgentleman...

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Interesting sculpture and the shadows make it even more so!

Catherine said...

i love sculpture shadow shots...great example..

Crafty Green Poet said...

what a characterful sculpture!

Pagan Sphinx said...

I love it. That is exactly the kind of thing I would love to photograph. Wonderful SS entry!

Sweet Repose said...

Fun play of shadows on a very cool sculpture, don't know 'bout you, but I'm stopped dead in my tracks when interesting shadows cross my path, how fun to share with others!

Hey Harriet said...

Whoa! That is a super sculpture! Your shadowy capture of it is amazing! I'm imaginging that there is a body belonging to the head still buried below and is about to crawl out! Now that would be a sight to see!

Thanks for your elepant joke. Was very cute!

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

This is amazing sculpture. Looking scary but looking great too. Imagine how this head stands up there. Where's the body & legs? I'm imagining that the legs are enormous too.

My fav so far this week SSS-

Job well done.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The egghead sculpture
with mouth poised to speak, gulps down
shadows for word-strength.

My Shadow Shot

Sarah said...

I like this shadowy giant head. Your title made me think of a giant Humpty Dumpty.

Martha Z said...

The sculpture makes an interesting canvas for capturing shadows.

Evette Mendisabal said...

That sculpture looks like he might have a LOT to say ... but I'm sure he would love your shadow shot too!