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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Bee Shadows


Part of the bee colony artwork on the side of Eureka Tower, Southbank, Melbourne.
For details of this amazing artwork see Only Melbourne.


City attraction
Bold inspiring artwork
A bee of heaven


Welcome to the shadows of Shadow Shot Sunday!

Your hosts are:
Magical Mystical Teacher
Rose (chubskulit)
Gemma Wiseman


Shadow quote:
The shadowlands can be a quiet place to meet the quiet dimensions of the soul.
Gemma Wiseman's thoughts on her Greyscale Territory blog


May the sunlight and shadows always be with you!

26 comments:

Bia Hain said...

Olá, como vai? Essa é minha primeira participação aqui e retornarei para visitar os amigos. Linda imagem! Um abraço!

Bia Hain said...

Só para completar, meu blog de imagens é o Mirante da imagem.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Gemma is this your shot ? It made me smile BIG time when I saw it .. and yes! it is so important to help bee colonies survive and grow ... as a gardener, I really get that need!
Joy : )
Great shot = BIG *SMILE*

robin. said...

to bee or not to bee...
I agree with Joy, in order to breathe in the wonders of a garden...we need the bees.

Paula Scott said...

I love public art and I especially love the public art from 'down under' as there often seems to be an element of whimsy! Thank you for sharing this! Not to mention the cool shadow that it cast...

colleen said...

Fun and surprising. It tells a story. Has one fallen or is it climbing up.

Sylvia K said...

I do love your big bees! What a fun post for the day, Gemma!!

BLOGitse said...

bzzzzzzzzzz...
"Not everybody trusts paintings but people believe photographs."
*Ansel Adams*

Ralph said...

This urban art is unbeeleivable...Couldn't resist :)

Kathe W. said...

this is gorgeous public art- I love it! Thanks for posting this with your nice Haiku!

Chubby Chieque said...

Awww--- what a cutie!!!

It seems you had a great day with sun shining for you to catch a perfect shots!

Happy SSS2.
/Chie

Inverness Daily Photo said...

I have a feeling I've seen those bees before.

Doug Peabody said...

My gosh those are amazingly large bees! I would hate to run into those! :) I just posted.

Sara Chapman in Seattle USA said...

Really fine composition. Strong, simple colors. But what a fanciful subject! Big bees!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

The bees are cool and BIG!

Angie said...

110,000 anodized rivets holding these bees together!!! Amazing.

Alexa said...

My niece is living in (and loving) Melbourne right now—I must ask her if she's seen this witty artwork!

Jeanne said...

Love the big bees!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

That is so very cool Gemma!! I love it.

namaki said...

Wow ! You have caught the shadow right at the good moment !

Gillena Cox said...

fun and fantastic

much love...

Norma Ruttan said...

I am glad for what bees do for our survival, but I'm ecstatic that they are not really this big.

John McElveen said...

AWESOME-- I'm finally back and will be visiting all soon. Real Life you know- gets in the way of what's really important- Like SSSII!

Love you all!

JOhn

A Quiet Corner said...

I'm an advocate of bees and what they do for us yet this really puts their importance into perspective!...:)JP

LV said...

I have seen a lot of bees but none like these. Very interesting. I am honored you took the time to drop by for a visit.

FiveSibesMom said...

Great shadow shot! So different and unique! And great coinciding poem! I am happy to be back participating in Shadow Shot Sunday once again! I've been away for awhile, but am so glad to be back and featuring a holiday shadow shot with one of our Huskies. :-)