Taken and posted for Jennifer’s one word photo challenge with the theme of basement
In the late 1970s or early 1980s my parents bought 3 bronze sculptures by Ken Kendall that made up a group of 3 children. It was an interesting work because no matter how you positioned the 3 individual pieces they seemed to interact with each other. The oldest was a girl, then a boy in the middle and a younger girl. As that was the birth order of me and my siblings, we pretty quickly each identified with one of the figures.
A few years ago we each got for Christmas a smaller figurine of the sculpture which in our childhood imagination was “us”.
Taken and posted for the Weekly Photo Challenge theme of life imitates art.
A contribution to Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge theme of Pets
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
This week, Ailsa’s travel photo theme is flutter
A great tradition at Wellington’s Basin Reserve is that during the lunch break of test matches, spectators are permitted onto the field to play. Today, this group of travelling Australian fans had some fun along with some local lads.
Taken and posted for Hugh’s weekly photo challenge theme of games
Taken and posted for the Weekly Photo Challenge theme of time
Mug of Herb Tea
Taken and Posted for Cee’s Black and White Photo challenge theme of food and beverage
The figures in the Gallipoli exhibition at Te Papa are 2.4 times life size
Taken and posted for Paula’s Thursday Special theme of life size