Friday, May 3, 2013

Saturday's PhotoHunting: Something Upside Down

While visiting Buenos Aires last November, I had a routine.  I had breakfast in my favorite cafe in Plaza Serrano and then walked about 7 blocks to Plaza Italia where I either caught the bus or took the subway to go sightseeing.
 
Each day I passed by this interesting looking condominium.
 
 
The building stood out for me, because of its more modern architecture in the neighborhood.  But it also had this interesting sculpture in front of it.   
 
 
 
At the end of my trip, I finally decided to take out my camera to photograph it. I'm still not sure what the artist wanted to convey, but I had a good hunch that it would make a PhotoHunt appearance one day. :)  
 
 
To see more PhotoHunters, you can visit Gattina's Keyhole Pictures website HERE!  
 

10 comments:

  1. If I saw that sculpture in a museum, I'd think there would be some political meaning to it. But seeing it in front an apartment block, I'd be more inclined that it's just whimsical... ;b

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  2. Lol ! That's really upside down !

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  3. Hi YTSL, lol, good one. Looking at the sculpture, I think you are right. :)

    Have a great weekend.

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  4. Hi Gattina, lol! it sure is. :)

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  5. i love this kind of art installation. great find for the theme.

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  6. That is made to order for the theme. I like the sculpture.

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  7. Hi Everyone, thanks so much for your comments.

    Life Ramblings, I love fun and interesting artwork to.

    Carver, I'm so glad I had snapped these photos when I did otherwise this would have been a challenging PH week. :)

    Jackie/Jake, thanks so much.

    Thanks so much everyone. Have a great weekend.

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  8. What a cool sculpture. I like the looks of that neighborhood too. Funny that we both found upside down people in art!

    Hope you are having a great weekend!

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  9. Hi Annie, yes that was cool that we both had upside down people art,\. :) The neighborhood was called Palermo Soho and it had a cool Bohemian vibe, which is why this building stood out to me as it looked modern contemporary. also cool.

    Have a great weekend too!

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