Australia Australian Capital Territory Parkes
by Ian Stehbens
Selected for Google Earth [?] - ID: 3311614
zarfe, on August 28, 2008, said:
OF OF OF ÇOK GÜZEL YA VERY NİCE :):):):)
Ian Stehbens, on September 3, 2008, said:
Thanks for your visit and appreciation, Zarfe.
Ian Stehbens, on January 12, 2010, said:
It is a joy to welcome you to my gallery. I want to thank you for your generous visit and for your very affirming comments.
_Images such as this of great artwork are mportant to me for each time I visit a gallery of sculpture garden I learn more about creativity. And I try to create my own art, even when I am photographing the work of others.
In this case, it was from the perspective of my surprise, unexpectedly finding this on the riverbank /lake shore, early one morning. It seemed, I surmised that this had been beached here overnight and that the people had fled or concealed themselves. It seemed that it had served as a vehicle and also as a "walkway" - a boardwalk for asylum seekers to arrive here hoping for a protective welcome, for sanctuary, but they needed to do so under cover of darkness. I imagined my surprise when I went to the river bank, this morning!
And as I photographed the evidence, I sensed I was being watched, but I didn't know where they were concealed. I waited a while.
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Photo taken in Parkes ACT, Australia
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