Sculpture in Dulwich Park South London: Two Forms by Barbara Hepworth.
Me neither I just don’t get it, but it was the colour and the form that caught my eye. Perhaps, and this is just a little perhaps, it’s to represent us, I mean men and women, one without the other is incomplete:) I know that when I was away on long-trips in the Submarine just how much I missed my wife and to be honest the kids too. Perhaps when a formal union has taken place, then separation is not natural, i.e. a circle is normally together but when it’s separated like this, there’s a tension in our minds wanting to join it up agian. Just me!
It also strangely reminds me of the separation that happened when Jesus died upon the Cross. He cried in a loud voice, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Those words of desolation and lonliness, up until that point in His life there had been perfect union with the Father, but when all our sins were heaped upon Him, that union was broken, so for the first time in His life Jesus was all alone and He was dying. What should naturally be together, set up a tension. Regards, Don.
Nikon D700 and 24-120mm Lense.