Saturday, March 01, 2014

Blurred Lines

Blurred Lines © Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio

Santa Fe image again. It's hard for it not to be a sunny day when most of our days here in NM are indeed sunny-more than 300 days/year. This is an interesting piece of sculpture on the exterior wall of an art gallery. Abstract. Rusty on purpose. What caught my eye was the way to shadow of a bare tree limb seemed to be reaching out to it. And how that shadow looked on the soft color of the wall. Nice. I love details like that.

But, I found that my eyes had a hard time seeing if the bottom was a shadow or the art. My mind knows it's the art piece, but my eyes keep telling me, 'no, it's not-it's a shadow!'. But, some things are not clear cut. Hence, the name of this post being, 'blurred lines'. Although, I had no idea how the meaning of that phrase is quite a few pages deep in a Google search since Robin Thicke's song dominates the search results. I'm not even going to get into that discussion in regards to the controversy over that song.

All I can say, is that when I saw this, it was hard to tell where one thing began and another one ended. 

And that's all there is to my rendition of 'blurred lines'.

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Sylvia K said...

Terrific shadow shot for the day as always, Paula!! I have to admit that I'm envious of your sunshine!! We're having another GRAY day! But spring is on the way!!! Have a lovely weekend! Enjoy!!

Chubby Chieque said...

Hello My Molokai Girl,

How's everyone?

Oh well, blurry or not, You always rock with your phenominal shots.

Huggies from D´Box,
/CC girl

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Beginnings and endings are often difficult to discern in this life!

Shadowy Mural

Norma Ruttan said...

oh, you are right; the art piece is deceiving to the eyes! interesting piece!

Ralph said...

I see a bird, a black avian with red eyed fixed on something, perhaps a worm that would make a tasty breakfast.

Or maybe not? Great art allows us to make different interpretations depending the many different views we capture as we move our eyes around as we further and examine the piece. Outstanding capture of fine art!

Ruth Kelly said...

Great shadow shot! I like the music of Robin's song but I am glad I have not heard the real words because it sounds creepy.


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