Sunday, March 2, 2008

Ghost Ballet


Last month, I published a photo of Ghost Ballet, a large sculpture that sits on the east bank of the Cumberland River. You can see the original post by clicking here. I took this view of GB from across the river and post it so that you get another view of the piece. It looks like a different sculpture, doesn't it?

Sorry I'm so late in posting today.
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9 comments:

Jana said...

It does look like a different piece! Its funny how changing an angle can put a while new spin on something.

Jim said...

Looks like a roller coaster gone bad.

Lynette said...

Congrats, Nashville, for supporting the arts and all that means to the community.

brian said...

the first one did seem an ideal candidate for valentine's day... this one doesn't seem valentiney....

quinntarantino said...

As you see, Brian has the same thinking about that sculpture.
The first one reminded me of a heart shape ...
This one, with a slight change of angle, brings a whole new perspective of a lovely art piece.
Great shot.

Ming the Merciless said...

Amazing sculpture. The first photo you posted earlier gave it a heart shape and this new photo makes it look like a roller coaster ride.

smilnsigh said...

Yes. Different.

But I still don't understand it.

jules said...

I heard someone make a comment....Is that where Opryland used to be?
hehe

Kate said...

Indeed it does look quite different from the first post. Makes me wonder again about point-of-view and how the same scene can mean different things to different individuals.