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Digital photo, Minolta compact. Andy Goldsworthy’s work has opened up my head to a lot of possibilities, and I often think about these woodpiles in terms of art pieces, how I’d photograph them, etc. This time I took time to do it.
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Just love all those shapes and love it in B&W.
Thank you, Karen!
Lovely Mark. Is it your woodpile or are you documenting someone else’s sculpture?
Hi Jenny, thanks. It’s mine, one of many actually. Winter’s coming :) All best!
Well, welldone! Have you seen an image of one as a tree? I’ll try to find it.
Hi Jenny- Just saw this, wow, wild work, thanks! Do you know whose it is?
Here ’tis, a canadian artist called “Alastair Heseltine”http://alastairheseltine.com/stacking.htm
work of art!
nice work and a particularly artsy stack of wood.
You’re right, this is pure Goldsworthy. I think we’ve all shot these as students but to make one as art is one step further. Lovely in black and white.
Thanks, Roger. I’ve laid stone, still do occasionally, and I always find myself approaching the woodpiles as small temporary walls. The challenge of making them look good/stand long enough/not take long to stack is fun, and they’re certainly the most satisfying part of woodcutting :)
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