20 November 2011

Shadow-Shot Sunday at Bondi

It's the final day for the Sea Sculptures at Bondi Beach today. All those sculptures I've shown on recent posts, and many more, will be removed.   Today, Denmark's Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederick will be presenting the People's Choice,  and Children's Choice awards, at that same location.

It's a very warm 33 degreees celcius where I live further up the coast, (and it's only spring-time).  I'm sure there'll be lots of hats and umbrellas around the Tamarama fore-shores today.  Just being reminded of that huge expanse of Pacific ocean and its wonderful colour, is somewhat cooling.




Inochi








Memory





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24 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

good shots for shadows. :)

Inger-M said...

They are quite hot shadows, by the sound of it, but very beautiful!

Sylvia K said...

Terrific shadow shots for the day and I do love your BLUE skies! Really interesting sculptures! Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy!

Sylvia

T... said...

awesome shots...what great sculputers.....love the tree.....

Nadege, said...

The sculptures are quite amazing. Love that blue sky.

Sharyl said...

I sure have enjoyed the exhibit! And it's interesting to hear the latest news!

Catherine said...

lovely combination of art, blue sky, and strong shadows......

Fap Masterson said...

Just consider yourself lucky that it isn't freezing weather and you can still comfortably visit the beach!! Huhmphhh.

CameraCruise said...

Great shadow shots!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

I think I like the 2nd one best of the three you shared today. And yes....the ocean backdrop...perfect.

SHADOWS & Sunday Summary

Dianne said...

the tree is stunning
absolutely beautiful

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Oh my goodness Carol !
These are simply stunning sculptures and shadows to match and that blue sea in the background is gorgeous .. I miss the sea .. but I am originally from the Atlantic coast and we would not usually have those high temps and certainly not this time of year ! LOL
Thank you for stopping by my blog!
Joy

Ann said...

So beautiful! I love seeing your posts, Carole. Feel like I've been on a trip. :)

LV said...

What a shame they are removing all those neat sculptures. This one is awesome.

chubskulit said...

These are captivating structures and shots.

Sun Catcher Shadows , happy Thanksgiving!

Jeanette said...

The sculptures are magnificent. What a perfect place to display them too. The ocean gives such wonderous beauty to any photo, and these shots are a testiment to that. I think my favorite of the three is the tree.
Shadows, Art and the Ocean... Now that is a great Trio!!

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

Beautiful location! I like the last two sculptures...neat. Nice SSs :)

Tina´s PicStory said...

great shots! :)

Jeanne said...

More of these amazing sculptings! think they are so awesome!

Ida said...

Fantastic shots again. I have really enjoyed your series of these Sculptures by the Sea.

Jan Castle said...

Wonder who/what will be the people's choice??? Your pictures have been wonderful...thank you so much for sharing across the miles.
Paper Hugs,
Jan

Ralph said...

Despite being shiny art, these creatures have an almost organic and lifelike style. The Inochi feels like a fish on land with evolved legs to propel him. The Memory seems like bare tree in front of the sea. Both cool sculptures, reminding us that art need not be stuffy - it can be really fun!

Bridget Larsen said...

You find some great photos I missed while living in Sydney

Geke said...

What a great location for this sculpture art show, the sea in the background and the blue sky. Beautiful shots!