The Te Rewa Rewa Bridge is 70m long and spans The Waiwhakaiho River in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand. It’s form is said to mimic a breaking wave, or a whales rib cage.
The Daily Post challenge this week (and not something I have participated in for an age) is “A Good Match”
The 2 cars in the shot below are both 1956 Chevy Bel Air’s, one of my faveorite classic American cars, I think the green and yellow paint word are indeed “a good match”
I was watching an interview recently with renowned British photographer David Bailey. And a quote form him during the video got me thinking, it was:
“I never understand when people say they don’t know what to photograph. Look at a concrete wall with cracks in it, you can paint for eternity with that“.
This got me thinking, as I was stuck in a rut creatively and needed something new to submit to Arcangel Images, the agency that represents some of my work. What could you get from a concrete wall, so of I went to find some, the results are below, which were processed in CS6 and have also been accepted by Arcangel as conceptual works, probably for backgrounds or overlays.
So as well as creating work from a concrete wall, it also leads nicely to this weeks photo challenge.
If you want to watch the interview it is HERE
NOT REALLY SAFE FOR WORK 😎
My submission to the Daily Post Challenge on Symmetry