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Friday, 6 February 2009

Mondrian Skywatch



I wonder if the Red and the Silver were intended as the perfect foil for a clear blue sky when viewed through the void in the building facade?

Of course on a dull day, I'm sure one could find a sky that matched the building exactly, but not today!

Skywatch through a teensy hole in the building fabric! A painting that could have been created by a descendent of Mondrian!

Find links to lots more Skywatch images on the Skywatch Portal!

University of the Sunshine Coast
Sippy Downs
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15 comments

cara said...

Brilliant! You could start a series with this: modern art skywatch.

VALKYRIEN said...

I agree! Both this and the post underneath is very special!

Julie said...

Brilliant indeed - the colours are superb. I did not twig that was sky at first! Such solid colour ...

Kris said...

I've been enjoying some of your angles of late!

Wayne said...

I like this style of shot.

Well done.

PJ said...

Very, very smart...sometimes I like to use the indirect, imaginative approach myself. Happy SWF!

gogouci said...

Beautiful geometric lines and brilliant colors.

Guy D said...

That is fantastic, I had to stare at it for quite some time, thanks for sharing.

Have a great weekend!
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Annie said...

a most unusual skywatch angle...well done!

Annie

Babooshka said...

Smatipants! This really is not inly eyecatching and creative but really could be a Mondrian.

Lois said...

Fantastic shot! The blue looks so pretty and the red provides a perfect contrast.

Lene said...

Different and really cool!!!

Happy weekend :)

JM said...

Fantastic shot and great title!

Ann said...

This is brilliant. You have such a good eye. I love geometrics but either can't see them or can see them but can't realise them in a shot.

Lindab said...

Very clever Skywatch painting.

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