Saturday, July 29

Metal Art at La Rambla, Barcelona

Metal Art at La Rambla
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Wandering along Las Ramblas I found these rusty metallic objects obviously piled up there to be used by one of the many human statues, though this time I couldn't spot the artist. I particularly like this sort of metal Chucky with trumpet.

Satellite View of Las Ramblas in Barcelona, Spain.

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Blogger edwin s said...

what interesting things you find!

2:08 PM  
Blogger Irredento Urbanita said...

oxide is a shape of art I enhoy so much. Its color is unique. I like the chair, for me it represents and endless hope.

Greetings from Perú

4:19 PM  
Blogger luggi said...

Maybe he said the hell with, gave up and is looking for a real job, one that pays money AND satisfies his artistic needs. :0)

8:13 PM  
Blogger Mile Stones said...

Technically, a really fine shot, so sharp,such colours, so different as a subject.
Oxide, the formal latinate word, is so cold. Me, the kind of guy I am, I've always been a fan of the usual English word: rust. It is more easily & more commonly used for metaphor, colloq.idiom poetry.
A couple of song titles: "Rust Never Sleeps" (Neil Young; maybe that was just an album title?);"Diamonds & Rust" Joan (Baez) & a fab French one, "La Rouille" (Maxime Le Forestier)Such connotations for what kind of happens.........

9:00 PM  
Anonymous pixibition said...

great find...i like street used material and very creative:-))

5:51 PM  
Blogger Reflex said...

Interesante naturaleza muerta metálica :)

1:25 PM  
Anonymous Abhi said...

Was this sharpened in software? It looks a little oversharpened to me...

6:31 PM  
Blogger Carlos said...

Abhi, this was my old camera. More than oversharpened it behaves ackwardly. Blurred in the foreground and randomly oversharpened in the background. I see what you mean. Maybe that's why I chose it for the awful theme at Photofriday. Thanks for your sincere review.

12:08 AM  

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