Shape | Sphere

Cee’s black and white challenge is Shape.  Brookside is busy building a new garden.  This is going to be the centerpiece… at least that is what I assume.  As (almost) always, I’ll post the original at the bottom.

I can’t wait to see how the finished product will look in the Spring.

The only reason why I prefer the original is because you can see the different colors of the bricks.  That being said, I also like that you can focus on the shapes in the black and white without the distraction of the colors.  Which do you prefer?

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2 thoughts on “Shape | Sphere

  1. I like both photos. I enjoy seeing the black and white, partly because it reminds me of the look that I almost went with. I was considering just using all lilac stones, with the white bands running through it, but ultimately decided to go with both the lilac and the blue/green.

    The garden has been planted, sparsely, for now, but at least that pipe is no longer sticking out of the ground.

    More about this sculpture, here:

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    1. I think the last time I walked past it (and actually looked over at it) there were hostas planted in the area… That was a couple of weeks after I snapped this photo. I went to your blog, but I don’t have time to read the article right now. I’ll definitely do it later, because I’m curious about this garden. Thanks for the link and thanks for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment.


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