Saturday, March 6, 2010

When Friends Meet

Here is another Allan Houser sculpture on display at the Desert Botanical Garden. This one is named “When Friends Meet”. This one has been a challenge to photograph because its back is facing southwest, right where the sun is always sitting. I took this shot on a cloudy day.

10 comments:

brattcat said...

Well done, Sharon.

Hilda said...

Lovely sculpture.

JM said...

The fantastic sculpture and location make for a wonderful photo, Sharon!

glenda said...

This is so lovely.

Jarart said...

Very nice!

Lisa Wilson said...

Great job! Very unusual sculpture.

Magpie said...

Great job! All the better because you had to work at it.

kevin.hicks said...

I really like this sculpture. Elegant in its simplicity, but a meaningful theme. You have a great eye and a tenacity to get the right shot. It's always a pleasure to see your pictures.

Kate said...

You did a great job. Reminds me of three nuns! I have found another spectacular Houser in the foyer of Santa Maria de la Paz Church in Santa Fe, but cannot photograph it well, either, because of it's position in front of a wall of glass. It is so wonderful, tho. It was donated to the church after its completion and shortly before Houser's death.

Kate said...

Should proofread, which I often neglect. I DO know the difference between its and it's! (English teacher pet peeve! Wouldn't my former students love this error!