- Weekly photo challenge. 21.1.13 – 27.1.13 – Art
Art this week.
It’s not going to be easy to get a picture of your bike inside an art gallery, so be a bit creative with your interpretation.
Sculpture trails, murals, old style hand painted signwriting, it’s all good. It doesn’t even have to be visual art.
Not a rule, but it would be nice if you posted a brief note to say where and what it is.
The rules;Posted 5 years ago
1. Take a photo of your bike with something that matches the theme in the picture.
2. Interpret the theme any way you like.
3. Pictures should be taken between the dates in the topic title.
4. If you post a picture you can either suggest a theme for next weeks challenge or vote for someone else’s suggestion. First suggestion to get two supporting votes becomes next weeks theme, probablycrispy baconMember
Having been laid up off the bike with a bad back for two weeks I decided to bite the bullet & ride through the pain barrier to take part in this weeks competition.
Thanks to Graham for starting this again & inspiring people to get out there on their bikes.
Anyway I didn’t go far incase I had to get off & push back home so here is my effort which is part of the Callington Town mural trail a nice thing for a small town.
Shame some scrote has defaced it 😐
trying to line up my hoss in the mural
I agree with ‘your LBS’ for next weeks theme 🙂Posted 5 years agoGRAEMEJONESSubscriber
Signwritten ice-breaker barge on the Trent and Mersey Canal at Elworth near Sandbach.
Well at least there is a proper painting in this one 😳
And well off topic but spotted this on the way home,bridge parapet 1-Passat 0 😯
Posted 5 years ago
Another suggestion for a topic next week, Tudor/Elizabethan / thatched buildings .OCBMember
Dartington Hall Estate:
Memorial Figure 1945-46 (LH 262).
Jacob’s Pillow (from 2005).
This is such a fantastic garden … and the ground was so tender / waterlogged (hence the roped off upper-terrace in the Moore shot), that I actually carried the bike through the Estate grounds today, rather than [even] pushing.
Next week – I’ll support the ‘outside one’s LBS’ too I think (or ‘water’).
😉Posted 5 years agoMidlandTrailquestsGrahamMember
LBS it is then as we haven’t done it before.Posted 5 years agoDeeJayMember
‘Threshold, forms an archway entrance that guides visitors to the Arts Centre building, . . . . The sculpture is made of 12 brushed stainless steel units (approx 18 ft high), which move up and down due to the changing weight of water. When water is discharged by one of the sculptures, it is guided down a waterfall and then disappears to be recycled.’
The Arts Centre closed last year due to budget cuts . . . .Posted 5 years agoandytherocketeerSubscriber
More here (but you’ll probably want to stick it in to google translate). This is one of the longer lasting pieces of nearby forest “art”, and actually got rebuilt a few years back. The rest just rot and/or disappear eventually.Posted 5 years ago
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