Refraction, maybe

Kevin Conboy says

For this photo challenge, show us what “refraction” means to you. It could be an image taken in a reflective surface, it could be light bent from behind an object, or it could mean remedial math homework: the choice is completely up to you. I’m looking forward to seeing how you interpret “refraction.”

Well that’s a tough one Kevin! But I’m giving it a go. back in June a had a birthday day out to Broomhill Sculpture Garden in north Devon. I posted photos a couple of times because I absolutely love sculpture and there is some remarkable work there. For some reason I held back the photos of one of my favourites, this challenge turns out to be why. I remember turning the corner on a wooded path and seeing this amazing blue light. Every movement you make around it shows a different image, I hope you like it as much as I did.

‘This piece, ‘The Gateway’ is by Alex Glass, a London based artist, check him out here,http://www.alexanderglasssculpture.com/#_=_

Join in with the challenge here, http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/refraction/

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27 thoughts on “Refraction, maybe

  1. How wonderful. My first thought was “through a looking glass”, a blue one. Although this photo intrigues me, I imagine the effect is much more powerful in person. Great shots, Gilly. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I always enjoy seeing outdoor sculptures in gardens. They’re unique and thought provoking. This one looks like it reflects the garden. The blue color is so pretty. I think it’s perfect for the challenge.
    Have a Blessed weekend !!! 😘

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