Wordless Wednesday: Maritime Plaza Sculpture

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15 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Maritime Plaza Sculpture”

  1. CatSynth Says:

    A favorite sculpture of mine in a favorite retro 1960s/1970s modernist plaza here in San Francisco. I have featured it before, though perhaps only in close-up.

    This photo was taken with a particularly fun Hipstamatic film and lens setting. It works great for geometric and linear subjects that I often feature, but I suspect it is lousy for portraits or natural scenes.

  2. Sukhmandir Kaur Says:

    You have a way with the camera, I’m trying to figure out how you got the reflection if there was a window somewhere.

  3. Marg Says:

    Wish I knew as much about a camera as you do. But I don’t have the patience to learn stuff like that. That is a great picture and a great subject to. Thanks for showing us.

  4. Sue St Clair Says:

    That is so neat looking, modern yet otherworldy! I like the effect, :)

  5. Maria @ LSS Says:

    I love the reflection! You did a great job on this one.

    Happy WW.

  6. Snowcatcher Says:

    The filter adds even more texture to an already vivid piece. The yellowing makes it look very old, or from another world…

  7. Beth @ 990 Square Says:

    So is it the filter giving the reflection? Either way, I like it!

  8. CatSynth Says:

    Yes, the reflection is in fact part of the filter in this case.

  9. Beth F Says:

    I’m beginning to get Hipstamatic envy. I love my droid, but I love the Hipsta effects. Very cool sculpture.

  10. katz tales Says:

    How lovely! I’m excited as tomorrow is internatinal museum day so I’m off to the Prado, thiessen and Reina Sofia. Will tell you all about it when i get back to Malaysia!

  11. Louis la Vache Says:

    «Louis» has somehow missed this sculpture at Maritime Plaza. Your treatment of the image heightens the effect of the geometry in the sculpture! Neat shot!

  12. Cafe au lait Says:

    This is beautiful.

    I played too. Mine are here and here.

  13. Kitty Says:

    Great pic, and sculpture. It reminds me a little of the origami figure kids make. :O)

  14. AVCr8teur Says:

    It almost looks like you had a double exposure of the picture. It’s neat if you did it digitally.

  15. Li Says:

    Wow so much texture!

    Happy WW!
    Best,
    Li