I’ve already written a post today, but I wanted to come back to Lucile’s Rehab Clinic (thank goodness). Please visit the link to learn more and to see some great photos from a group of very talented individuals. Please also join in if you want!
Today’s photo is from my recent visit to the Queensland Art Gallery. This exhibit is Fiona Foley’s sculpture, Dispersed, which is in tribute to the Aboriginal people who were driven from the land. The sculpture is made from charred wood and metal and the letter D is made from bullet casings of the same type of bullet from the guns used in the raids. You can read more about it here. It is certainly a striking sculpture and I spend a bit of time there, just looking at it, before getting some pictures. I find the use of the bullet casings to be very effective.
All images were taken handheld with my Olympus OMD EM5, with M. Zuiko 17mm lens at f/2.5, 1/30s and ISO200.
Thank you Lucile, I feel better knowing the clinic is there for us.