Thursday, March 23, 2006

Pipe Dreams

Pipe Dreams, Copyright: Lens Reflections (Click on the image and zoom to see the details)

This picture was taken at Laumeier Sculpture Park. This place is a photographer's dream. It has lots of beautiful sculptures, very colorful ones too. If you cannot make it from this picture, the arrangement here, called The Way is made up of 18 salvaged steel oil tanks and is 65 feet tall, 102 feet long, and weighs 50 tons. I have visited this place only once. I want to go back there again because they have new additions to the park every year.

I like the way this shot came out, especially since, all you see in this shot is green, red and blue (maybe a little bit of black)! Hope you like it as much as I did.

For tomorrows post, you are going to see one of my favorite sunset photos! I am sure you will like it..

Thanks for visiting and taking time to comment!

28 comments:

Dia said...

Its so nice and like the colour! WoW, if you didnt give the info I would never have guessed its so big:)
Looking forward for tomorrows photo;)

photo-effe said...

simply shot but great photo

Wolf said...

Wow that is some nice color! :)
Great blog you have here!

Ashish Sidapara said...

Simple and nice. Can't wait to see the sunset photo!

outdoorexposure said...

i love sculpture park....they have one in upstate NY...great for taking photos, specailly in fall season...colors and landscape so beautiful...like i can see in this shot...great capture:-)

Sidney said...

I always like when Art gets out of the Museums ! Great colors! Nice catch !

Dave MacIntyre said...

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog...I appreciate your feedback!

This place is amazing! I had no idea it even existed. Great photo.

suresh said...

Nice colors. Well done.

Ash said...

Nice colors and design!

Looking forward to see the sunset shot!

Azhar said...

The contrast between red and green here really hits me.The curves of those pipes make is seem so...well...smooth!Great shot,the grass is greener on the other side,the pipes are redder too eh?

Jill said...

That is really cool looing. You don't see this everyday. I love to see the unusual.

Ricardo said...

A beautiful resistance of colors. The photo is very good.

Lorraine said...

The green and orange mix is fabulous!

Sam said...

The colors and shapes are very effective! Bravo!
(and I love the doggy photo down below, lol)

Palak Chokshi said...

awesome combination of colors...

~ Deeps ~ said...

co9lorful and very good contrast.....as palak said awesome combination of colors....

neil said...

Hi there, Yes i can imagine that it is a photogrpahers dream here in this park. I too enjoy places like this where there are new angles to be discovered each day.

Nice photo!

Best wishes from Switzerland and many thanks for visiting my blog and the comment.

neil

Ali said...

Wow! Thats a great structure. I wouldn't want to get near it though, considering its 50 tonnes (imagine that getting disbalanced and falling on you)!

Jide ALakija said...

Great colour.

Chantal said...

The red colour is so bright and combine well with the blue sky and green surrounding.

micki said...

What a great way to recycle! Very good shot.

Oh, I can't wait until tomorrow's photo is posted!

samcam said...

Thank you all! I appreciate your comments!

VelviaPix feeling of color said...

Wow Sam,
This thing is huge. I wouldn't have known. Looks small. Nice RGB

samcam said...

Thank you velviapix!

Jasp said...

Interesting shapes...wonder what it symbolises.

Kim said...

Excellent capture. The colors are outstanding.

Dustin said...

Great photo. I'd love to visit this park. The coulours seem superb. I've just started my blog and I'd love it if you could comment on one of my photos, I could really use some sound advice. Thanks, and keep up the good work.

Don said...

Excellent color and pleasing arrangment within the frame.