Weekly Photo Challenge: Beyond

WPC_Beyond

Your eyes cannot rest … trapped in a cycle between looking into the mirror, then across to the wheel – back and forth, looking behind and then beyond.

The composition is such that there is little to hold the eye, most of the components are incomplete, there is a size incongruity between the mirror and the wheel. The only real colour is provided by the frame of the mirror but all you can see is a distorted building and part of a car …… nothing of note, so the eye moves on. At least this is the way I see it ……. How do you see it?

Details: This shot was taken in 2012 at Southbank Parklands, Brisbane. The area was still a construction zone. The building is the new offices for the ABC, Australia’s National Broadcaster.

14 Responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Beyond”

  1. Louise

    wow, great photo -really does hold me for a while. I somehow try to marry the two, but can’t reconcile them together in the same frame. intriguing.

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  2. lagottocattleya

    Yes, intriguing is the word. I agree with your own description too. But, Imagine the mirror without its red colour frame…that would certainly not give you the same impression as this one does. I love it as it is now. It seems to reflect two different worlds.

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    • Paul Dean

      Thank you Ann-Christine. ‘Two different worlds’ had not occurred to me, but yes, (back and forth) … a place of work and somewhere to relax. I appreciate you stopping by and your comments.

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    • Paul Dean

      I’m with you Lynn, anything that makes me laugh brightens my day. Thank you for your comment, I’m happy you enjoyed the image.

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  3. neastreetartist

    Nice shot. I know South Bank well, it was a favorite destination for work. I was employed by the Cerebral Palsy League of Queensland at the time, now I’m a Disability support Officer for the ACT Government.

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    • Paul Dean

      You are quite right about South Bank it has become a real magnet for visitors. I’m glad you like the shot and thanks for stopping by.

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  4. fgassette

    Thank you for visiting my blog today. I appreciate the time you took to stop by. May your day be filled with joy and peace.
    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  5. archipelagojewelry

    You are right. The eyes can’t rest at one spot. Interesting perspective.

    Reply

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