Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Structure

Structures Large & Small

Thinking about this today I decided that structure was just as much about the way something is put together as the object itself. I’ve gone with a mix of arty and industrial structures for this challenge. They are all man made and constructed of metal. Each one is made up of a great many parts. I started thinking about all the work that went into creating all of these. It does  make you think and stop and look at them all more closely. The dog sculpture is made using recycled odds and ends and he is located at the Glenorchy Rubbish dump and recycling shop. The giant egg sculpture is a favourite of mine and used to be on a sculpture walk in Sydney. It has since been moved. I always thought the cement truck an interesting subject. It can be found at the Mona art gallery here in Hobart. The two cranes were shot in New Zealand and most of the others photos were taken in Tasmania. I thought they all made rather good subjects for this challenge.

Sydney Tower

The Sydney Tower. We are going for dinner there next month in the revolving restaurant.



Some arty looking slides in New Zealand.

Mine Shaft

The Beaconsfield Mineshaft in Tasmania

Historic Crane

Historic Crane in Wellington

Gantry Crane

Gantry Crane in Wellington

Dog Sculpture

Metal Dog Sculpture at Glenorchy Tasmania.

Cargo Ship

A Cargo Ship on the Mersey River Devonport Tasmania.

Big Wheel

A big wheel seen at Penny Royal Launceston Tasmania.

_copie-0_Mona Cement Truck

Cement truck sculpture at Mona Art Gallery Tasmania.

_copie-0_Giant Egg Sculpture

Giant egg sculpture at The Rocks Sydney.


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