Wednesday, March 12, 2008

A skylight

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.

10 comments:

enc said...

It's Wednesday!

This is fantastic. I love the shapes! It's so abstract-looking I can't even make out what is really going on there. If I'd been there with my camera, I'd have been staring so long at it I'd have gotten a crick in my neck.

Jane Flanagan said...

Yay Canada! Did you see some beautiful Pratt and Colville there?

Jane Flanagan said...

PS - This shot is fabulous. Dizzyingly fragmented, like a broken mirror.

Alice Olive said...

Jane: I did indeed. I was mainly blown away by the Joe Fafard exhibition. The horses, especially charcoal drawings, were absolutely stunning. There was one drawing of two horses nuzzling - I fell in love with it. (Nuzzle is such a good word!)

Kathleen said...

It's a kaleidoscope!

tintin said...

I thought they were a bunch of upside down strobe umbrellas.

Jane Flanagan said...

Ooh I forgot about that exhibit! He's also represented by a Toronto gallery... I love the horses too (shocker) http://www.godardgallery.com/fafard.htm

Imelda Matt said...

beautiful...for some reason it reminds me of the M. Night Shyamalan flim Unbreakable.

Miss Coryn said...

You are an excellent photographer!

Carolina Lange said...

That is a very interesting photo!
So graphic! I love it!