I glued bits of egg shell to add texture to this painting as an experiment
These are both taken at the Cathedral de la Almudena in Madrid
Grass and metal flamingoes
Soft and hard, organic and inanimate
A doorway to the past.
“Symbolism is uniquely human. We use symbols to represent intangible things like our beliefs and emotions, and to convert the abstract into something understandable. We may also use symbols to simplify and convey information.
Photography is often the same; an image illustrates a single moment in time, or captures an object in perpetuity. Much like symbols, photographs, too, may conjure vivid memories and mean a wide range of things to different people.”
Roy G. Biv is an acronym made of the first letters of the seven colours of the rainbow – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet.
The Daily Post challenge this week is Scale and I’ve chosen photos of a local landmark, the Angel of the North, Gateshead. A sculpture by Antony Gormley, it is 20 metres high and has a wingspan of 54 metres.