Monday, November 21, 2011

Circles


This unusual light fixture can be found at a very well known building.  Tomorrow I'll show you where.

15 comments:

Kate said...

Unusual and very contemporary. Curves tend to soften objects, and you photographed it well!

Magpie said...

I like the circles.

Choppography said...

Ooooh, another Monday Mystery photo. I love the concept!

I also like your contrast between tradition and modern in Friday and Saturday's posts. I don't know that you did that intentionally, but I really like the diversity in the blog.

Jarart said...

Very unusual. I don't remember seeing this so I will be waiting to see where this is tomorrow.

lifeisaroadtrip said...

It IS interesting. I wonder where it is. I wonder if I have stared right at it and never noticed it.

RedPat said...

I would gladly own this! Cool.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

Gammage?

john (johneskey.com) said...

Great image. I like the tease - but I already know where it is:).

Lowell said...

When I saw the thumbnail I thought, "That's a funny place for a ping-pong ball!"

I'll look forward to your post tomorrow as obviously this is some kind of light...

Jack said...

I sure don't know where it is, but it is well designed. How about a guess? It is part of the fencing for a tennis court.

Stephanie said...

This shot is very eye-catching. And I'm really curious as to where this belongs to!

Regina K said...

I love this light! Can't wait to find out what building.

glenda said...

I think I have a guess. I'll have to wait and see.

Randy said...

Grady Gammage! I know those lights.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Well composed Sharon, looks brilliant against the blue, blue sky, looking forward to seeing what it's 'attached' to!
I agree that exploring is the best part of most holidays, but for me it's also the fear of being trapped ona sinking ship..I should never have seen Poseiden and Titanic haha!