This "melting clock" was photographed in Orchard Road in Singapore. It was put there as part of the Singapore Arts Festival.
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FeatherBirdLady (329) 2006-11-06 23:04
Very nicely composed. Thank you for sharing. I like the light, shadows and sharpness of this photo. :)
ribeiroantonio (22637) 2006-11-07 0:20
I was in Singapore 5 weeks ago and I also had the opportunity to photograph those pieces of SALVADOR DALI art work. They were in Orchard Road and also in Raffles place. They are all beautiful. You photo is nice and I like the detail you choose to show here. However, I think that a picture of the full art work would be very much appreciated in WS. Well done.
captainsgirl (3448) 2006-11-07 3:32
interesting scuplture to start with , but also like the photo, the black and white format is perfect and like the fading effect of the framing as well..nice shot. TFS
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RPoole5552 (1812) 2006-11-07 6:03
I guess it gets really hot in Singapore. Nice B/W.
jafadabret (56497) 2006-11-08 8:59
Roberto, bonjour !
Dali est un grand artiste et ses montres molles ont fait le tour de la Terre. La photo en B&W rend parfaitement la beauté de la sculpture. J'aime le rendu du métal.
vinicio (23415) 2006-11-14 10:38
Good shot of this famous work of Dali, compliments, I like the conversion in B&W of the image and the composition, I would have blurred a little the background in order to have more focus to the clock, anyway, compliments, good work.
PJE (20758) 2006-11-16 20:00
Roberto when I look at this clock photo I can see more than one perspective. And that is the element of creative design by the hand of man himself. The other perspective is that there is one who dwells in the heavenlies above who is outside of time, who knows the end from the beginning, and who in fact created time for those who dwell on the earth. Interesting thoughts of eternal value that helps enlighten earthly man on this earth. Good work!
vedra (0) 2006-11-30 9:57
Interesting piece of art and good decision to make the photo B&W. This makes us take a more philospophical apoprach to the issue of time.
cam (9041) 2006-12-08 21:05
I like the foggy frame you did herre,as it goes well with the representation.Time is melting away towards nothingness.
Have a good WE
jmcl (14535) 2006-12-12 14:53
well I had not looked at this one yet ... I really like the framing effect .. that really really draws out the effect of the clock wonderfully .. I think it could even be a little wider with more frame .. great image.