Chihuly Garden - II

Uploaded: October 04, 2012 03:45:30


Chihuly Garden, Seattle, WA September 2012.

The play between plant material and sculpture is showcased in this beautiful display where the dark grass at the base intensifies the yellows and greens of this massive sculpture.

The gardener that I am, I calculated that the 'mound' of black mondo grass at the base of the sculpture was likely worth at least $10,000.

Exif: F Number: 20, ExposureTime: 1/100 seconds, ISO: 500, FocalLength: 24.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 7D


Tammy M. Anderson level-deluxe October 04, 2012

So beautiful, Marilyn. Fantastic colors, comp. and details. That grass is very pricey. LOL. #1490133

Dominick M. Dimacale level-addict October 04, 2012

Lovely image and presentation here, Marilyn!

Dominick #10354627

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-classic October 04, 2012

Gorgeous!! The similar sculpture in OKC is two stories high. What a guy he is! #10354639

Anita Hogue October 04, 2012

So beautiful, Marilyn! Love your composition! #10354680

Karen E. Michaels level-deluxe October 04, 2012

Indeed, a beauty, Brava Marilyn!
You got the installation in the spirit it deserves.
I photographed his installation in the tropics and the desert.
You gives a great representation for the pacific NW. #10354736

JudyAnn Rector level-classic October 04, 2012

Truly unique, Marilyn... beautiful job! #10355051

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