53. Exploring Kolbenneblok

 

Hmm, that will have to do for now. It came from a little meditation on the above image.

The National Galleries of Scotland website has a little to say about this sculpture HERE.

Some more glimpses of the treasures Tony’s creation offers:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “53. Exploring Kolbenneblok”

  1. mmm. You know, our middle son is a blacksmith. I find it very easy and enjoyable to wanderwonder through the colors and shapes of manipulated metal.

    Síocháin, g

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