blix

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This was an ambitious project for someone but they have not done much in the way of maintaining the artwork.

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13 thoughts on “blix

  1. Linda Grashoff

    Love the colors (besides the composition) of this one. You took this photograph in absolutely the right light and time of year. I have to admit, though, that it was hard to see the photograph well until I zoomed in on it in the browser. Even though that gave me a pixelated view, I could understand what was going on in the photo much better. Still, I gave this a Like before I blew it up.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Linda. I have a shot of this on an unattached drive from years ago when this was first painted. I’ll try to dig it out and post it. It could be and interesting contrast as the first shot was taken in the spring when there was green foliage on the trees.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Howard. I have to admit that I was surprised to see this in
      my walk in this wooded area the first time. It’s not a very well traveled path but I do enjoy the solitude.

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  2. John

    I suspect this was the project of numerous artists – what it needs is one artist with one vision. And that artist, could be you! Good work Ken!

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  3. LensScaper

    You have to give the artist credit for choosing such a tricky bridge to decorate – regularly wet feet being one of the disadvantages I reckon. Sometimes I think these works benefit from a bit of ‘ageing’ – somehow in its present run-down state it looks like it belongs. But that may be due to the winter season appearing sympathetic.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Andy. I managed to dig up a shot of this work from 2010. I’ll try to post it next week but I will say that this does look nicer now that it has some age to it. The photo from 2010 was taken in late spring or early summer, so even the surroundings are quite different from this shot.

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