Weekly Photo Challenge: Converge

Converge:  verb (used without object), converged, converging.
1.  to tend to meet in a point or line; incline toward each other, as lines that are not parallel.
2.  to tend to a common result, conclusion, etc.

For this abstract shot I photographed one of the many exhibits in sculptures by the sea in Sydney this year.  It was Alejandro Propato’s permanent sunrise exhibition that captured my imagination and I thought a good convergence challenge photo.  It was 45 metres long and he used 6 kilometres of nylon line.  Impressive.

Of course I have cropped it in to take the distraction of the crowds on the sand away.  Here is the original.

convergence 2

The sculpture in the foreground is a large frying pan by artist Andrew Hankin entitled ‘We’re fryin’ out here which alerts us to the dangers of the sun.

For more weekly photo challenge photos for Converge, please go to the link here.








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  1. A cool illusion which describes greatly this week theme 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Cool exhibit! Perfect for the challenge, and the fact that Alejandro Propato used 6 kilometres of nylon line to make it, is very impressive!

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  3. Really interesting photo Karen, absolutely fits the prompt.

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    • Thanks GM, I knew I had taken a picture of this exhibit but I wasn’t sure how close I was. It would have been better to have had a keen eye at the time and take some photos up close to highlight this amazing and creative sculpture. Luckily my crop in wasn’t too blurry 🙂


  4. This is stunning! I thought it was dyed electrical wires…

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  5. Perfect convergence photo. Love it!


  6. A perfect and beautiful convergence! Love how you cropped it, Kaz.


  7. Great picture, and thanks for posting the definition of converge – saves me looking it up 🙂

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  8. Perfect for the challenge Kaz and so interesting!
    Looked like a wonderful exhibition.

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  9. I’m amazed at the creativity of the artist – and would never have known you had to crop the photo as much as you did, Karen, without showing us 🙂 Great photo for the challenge!

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    • I know Stacy and the patience to feed all that string to four points on the beach! I was lucky when I cropped in I wasn’t sure it would show up okay but surprisingly it was alright. Wished I had of thought of that angle when I was there it would have been a lot sharper. Thanks for stopping by Stacy 😀


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