Water World Wednesday – Sculpture and Pond

Sculpture and Pond

I took this pic back in late November before it got real cold. I took with my Diana Mini Lomography camera in the split frame mode where it puts two pics on one frame. So this pic is from one half a frame.

I just love the solitary moodiness of it, the low fidelity, the grain of the film, the whole deal. I even love it that the pile of white rocks dominates the pic and almost looks like a giant, creepy flower blossom, and the dark sculpture is obscure.

In case you were wondering what was on the other half frame:


Same park, different pond.

Why does the camera have a half frame mode? If you find out tell me and then we’ll both know. It is quirkiness like this that makes me love my collection of strange little plastic cameras.

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9 thoughts on “Water World Wednesday – Sculpture and Pond

  1. Sylvia K

    I do love your photos!! You poke around and find such great ones!! And you’re one of the reasons I have come to love blogging!! Thanks for the fun and the smiles!!

  2. Gemma Wiseman

    A camera that decides to “slice the cake” automatically is a new one for me.Interesting feature. I agree with your comments about the first half. But would add that the layered white rocks look like giant clams shells layered.

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