In the WS you can see a full view of the structure
The Big Bamboo is a sculpture made of bamboo high 32 mt made by American artists Mike and Doug Starn, the materials used are only bamboo and ropes and the structure is not anchored to the ground, is available free to the public and you can climb almost to the top by stairs or walkways.
Nel Ws potete vedere una veduta dal di fuori della struttura
Il Big Bambų č una scultura in bambų alta 32 mt realizzata dagli artisti statunitensi Mike e Doug Starn, i materiali usati sono solo Bambų e corde e la struttura non č ancorata al suolo, č accessibile gratuitamente al pubblico e si puō salire quasi sino alla cima tramite scale o passatoie.
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holmertz (43685) 2013-10-14 7:56
This is a marvellous structure with a great graphic strength. I love this kind of sculpture or installation or whatever they should be called. It looks like a crossing between a huge birds' nest and the scaffolding at the construction of an Indian skyscraper.
An amazing view and a very interesting photo. I like the WS very much too. It's a more informative photo, but this one has a higher artistic value.
elenimavrandoni (14209) 2013-10-14 23:06
Valter, a very interesting and creative shot, amazing of how many sticks of bamboos they have put together in a very exceptional way..and congrats for capturing their fantastic work!!
all the best
krzychu30 (15510) 2013-10-15 10:53
looks intresting,intriguing and quite crazy:)They had really amazing idea for such a structure(reminds me a little bit Hong Kong´s scaffoldings).
Really enjoy your POV and framing with people relaxing on it-conveys well leisure atmosphere of the scene.And I´m glad to see in in B&W,which accentuates much better uniqueness of this structure and bamboo´s poles.
Have a nice evening
carlo62 (37205) 2013-10-15 14:22
molti anni fa si usavano le canne di bamboo per andare a pescare, cosė riesci a continuare la sequenza di foto.
Una foto molto particolare e la situazione č sicuramente pių adatta al b&w che al colore e ne hai giustamente approfittato. Gli intrecci delle canne e delle corde, creano tante belle prospettive da seguire con lo sguardo fino al cambiamento di direzione.
Un bel colpo d'occhio, oserei dire, fin troppo raffinato.
abmdsudi (45644) 2013-10-16 8:35
Initially this looks so busy seems that every inch is not wasted full of content to yield but on closer look those artists help the eyes to settle in. A bit of mind blowing creatively 'crafted' stuff in the name of artwork so to speak with dynamic feel on which i think is a great way to tickle our old brain at the same time. This is very effectively treated in mono with stunning effect perfectly works in this context - this wont be the same in color for sure. Your effort in climbing in the mass of bamboos is much appreciated showing us a total new perspective never seen before. My congrats for a job well done, TFS.
jhm (142794) 2013-10-17 3:35
I looked with a lot attention toward your work shop picture, I find these colour picture wonderful.
Here these picture is nice but alone informative.
Splendid picture with a very well quality.
Sharpness and clarity are perfect.
On these way create you a lot depth and perspective.
Excellent captured, nice presentation.
Very well done, TFS.
delpeoples (54455) 2013-10-19 3:00
Un gran bel POV qui e la tua foto é piena di strutture e geometrie. Hai scelto bene il bianconero, esaltando le strutture e grafismo. Ottima la prospettiva e taglio stretto.
ikeharel (61393) 2013-10-20 1:05
An intriguing photo, Valter, explained well with the WS's.
Excelent clear view onto the labyrinth of the bamboo art-work.
- Copyright: Valter Palone (bayno) (18344)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2013-08-07
- Categories: Artwork
- Camera: Canon 7D, Canon 10/22
- Exposure: f/8, 1/100 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2013-10-14 7:36