Saturday, April 9, 2011

Sunday Stills: Four Points

This week's challenge refers to the four points of the compass: north, south, east, and west. Participants were instructed to point the camera away from the primary subject toward the "four points."

Yesterday was our first full day of sunshine in -- well, seemingly forever. So I took my camera with me. On the way home from the barn Indy and I stopped at one of his favorite parks to capture photos of one of my favorite public sculptures.

As part of Wilsonville's public art program, the following sculpture is on display at Town Center Park near the Chamber of Commerce's Visitor Center:


The sculpture is life-size and ties in beautifully with the Chamber's Oregon Horse Country campaign to promote equine-tourism in the area. Here is my "PhotoShopped" view:


Using my primary subject as reference, here are the four points of the compass....

North:

North from the other side of the Visitor Center:

South:

East:

West:

To see the view from other compass points, visit Sunday Stills.

Visit the Team Northwest web site for the summer show schedule at Hunter Creek Farm, host of The Country Classic.


9 comments:

Devin Greaney said...

Oregon is great in the spring!!! And that Vietnam Memorial Park is one of the better memorials outside of Washington, DC.. is the Korean War Memorial as well done?

Take care!!

Devin

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Nicely done! I always enjoy public art displays, especially equine related.

~Lisa

dibear said...

Beautiful sculpture. :)

Ed said...

Well done and neat sculpture..:-)

WildBlack said...

Nicely done! Cool sculpture too :D

MTWaggin said...

Cool sculpture and I can just smell (in my imagination) all the flowering trees.

achieve1dream said...

That sculpture is awesome! Great pictures. :)

Janice said...

Excellent..great Sculpture. I can't believe you guys with all the greenery everywhere...we still have snow. It's a good thing this is a beautiful place or else I would have to load up and move your way.

gowestferalwoman said...

Love it! And is he snaking his head to start chasing after the imaginary dog? At least thats what it looks like to me!