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Parking Lot

Parked golf buggies, Hamilton Island

Parked golf buggies, Hamilton Island

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The Pathfinder

The Pathfinder by John Robinson

The Pathfinder by John Robinson (aka The Hammer Thrower)

This is absolutely one of my most favourite sculptures. You can find it Queen Victoria Gardens, Melbourne. By John Edward Robinson, it’s a sculpture in bronze and dates to 1974. As you can see in the image above, the entire sculpture is balanced on just one foot, which I think is extraordinary. An incredible display of the understanding of physics and gravity — plus, the sculpture is so alive and so vivid, you expect him to move, to complete that throw. More about the sculpture and the artist here.

The Pathfinder by John Robinson

The Pathfinder by John Robinson (aka The Hammer Thrower)

Posted as part of Sculpture Saturday. Check it out: “This challenge is all about photographing art whether it be in a museum or out on the street. Another interpretation is things be they natural or manmade that resemble sculpture when photographed.”

(And if you’ve wondered about my blogging silence, August has been a busy month for me, as I’ve moved house and had a wretched “lurgy”, so have been rather self-absorbed!)

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Got them ol’ Whitsunday Blues

Qantas red and Whitsunday blues

“Blues” in two senses of the word: the colour, and the melancholy. Back in Sydney now, and although we have a cloudless sky and a sparkling ocean, it’s not the same. The spectre of work tomorrow hangs heavy — and my view can never match this.

Catseye beach, Hamilton Island

Sailboats, Catseye beach

The theme for July Squares is Blue.