Paul (fremantlebiz) wrote,
  • Location:
  • Mood:
  • Music:

A contemplative moment captured at Cottesloe


Photo opportunities can be all over in a snap, as was the case with this one taken at Cottesloe last week of a man contemplating a high speed pass northward along the coast by an RAAF fighter. After some contemplation of my own I'm guessing the anonymous man may have been an Indian tourist. The clues were his hair and clothing. In any case the image is another addition to my contemplative men series. It can be clicked up to a larger size and viewed alongside other contemplative moments in my 'Black and white' folder on Picasa.


Man and sculpture contemplate quick pass of Aussie fighter

The steel device was by South Australian sculptor Greg Johns. It contributed to the temporary 2013 Sculpture by the Sea exhibition at Cottesloe Beach, which finished last Sunday. The work was simply called 'Horizon figure.' Here's the link to Greg's website: http://www.gregjohnssculpture.com

© MMXIII Paul R. Weaver.

COMMENTS: Because of an ongoing problem with spammers, all comments are now screened and can only be made by friended LiveJournal users. Alternatively, email me direct.


Click here to email the Fremantlebiz experience to a friend.

RSS feed.
Click here to browse through the collection of free downloadable PDF versions of my Rottnest essays: Btn_red_30x30
Even better, click here to view them on ‘The Shelf.’

Click here to visit 'dogandcatwatcher', my YouTube website.

Original still photographs are stored online in a cache at my Panoramio  website or my Picasa site.  Most of them have a brief description and a link back to a relevant essay.  Images on Panoramio can usually be enlarged several times by clicking them.

I have some free MP3 downloads of natural sounds available online. Click here.

About the writer

Check out each month's subject index on the Calendar Page for all my "common-man" monologues about survival in 21st century Australia – plus a little history occasionally.  An original essay is added most days as part of an undertaking to write at least several million words. Zzzzzzzz!



webanalytics






Site Meter


  • Post a new comment

    Error

    Comments allowed for friends only

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

  • 0 comments