Friday, August 08, 2008

Thematic Photgraphic 10: "Patterns" v.2.0


"A Lot of Balls"
Ft Macon, NC - November 2003 (Click to embiggen)

Thematic Photographic hosted by Carmi - Button Image by Smarmoofus Hosted by Written Inc.

"Wall Lamp at Sizl"
Carrboro, NC - August 2003 (Click to embiggen)

Thematic Photographic hosted by Carmi - Button Image by Smarmoofus Hosted by Written Inc.

"Sculpture at Sizl"
Carrboro, NC - August 2003 (Click to embiggen)

Thematic Photographic hosted by Carmi - Button Image by Smarmoofus Hosted by Written Inc.

Continuing this week's Thematic Photographic (Patterns), today I'll look at one more pattern of things, and then move on to patterns in things.

Down on the end of Emerald Isle (North Carolina, not Ireland) where very few people go you'll find the Fort Macon Historic Site. Built by Robert E. Lee during the Civil War "War of Northern Aggression" (as it's known in this part of the state) Fort Macon served as a working military installation until the end of World War II. I couldn't honestly tell you if this was the preferred method for storing cannonballs during "The Late Unpleasantness" (another Down East euphemism), but in this shot we get two patterns for the proce of one. (Note the pattern in the brick deck they're sitting on.)

The last two shots are from the last opening I attended at Sizl Gallery. In the first you're looking at part of a wall lamp fashioned by a local artist and featured as part of the show. The sculpture in the last shot was part of the same show. I don't remember who either of the artists was, so if anybody knows (as says) "Comment me baby!"edible latex panties girls rubber leather licking upskirt teen lesbian asian amateur mother theresa


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4 comments:

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

Interesting theme.....I'll have to look into it....

tiff said...

I'd buy those lamps....what a cool light pattern they'd throw on the walls, eh?

Carol said...

WOW, you've really gone the extra mile on Thematic's theme this week.... i think they're all super, especially the 2 in 1... i like the lamp, the sculpture is a bit strange, but i guess the longer you look at something the more you like it.... hmmmm, i think i like it!

i enjoyed

Mojo said...

@tiff: The lamp would probably be kinda spendy. This is art after all. The other piece wasn't a lamp, I think it was a screen of some sort.

@carol: I usually find several shots that fit the theme for the week. Carmi generally makes it pretty wide open and I love seeing how people interpret it. And how many different ways I can interpret it myself. Watch this space, there's more on the way.