Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale

Interesting topic this week and I immediately thought of these big babies (David Černý’s babies)  taking over the landscape near Tamarama, Sydney at the Sculptures by the Sea 2014 in November last year.  Just to show the scale more appropriately a lovely little miss hopped into the photo to assist 🙂



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  1. You have something about that view don’t you, from behind????
    They are amazing.

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  2. like the new layout Kaz, interesting sculptures too. have a great weekend. MM 🍀

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  3. Wow, I really like the picture where they’re framed by the sea.

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  4. Made me smile to see giant toddlers. 😉

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  5. I think we saw some of these babies in Prague.

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  6. Oh my gosh, too funny 🙂 And Spotted Cow is right – the framing against that beautiful backdrop of water is awesome!

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  7. Amazing sculptures, and the scale was evident with the help of the little miss photo bomb!

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  8. I’d hate to have to give them a bath. Plus, their heads are just wrong (unless they are alien babies) as it detracts from the rest of them for me. Even in the first shot I could tell something wasn’t right with the head size – get onto that artist, Karen, and tell him to fix it 🙂 🙂 🙂
    Lovely photos.

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  9. interesting photo to challenge and enjoy – than learn!!

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  10. Now, seriously, does anyone even like these? I never could quite come to terms with Cerny’s work… There are more samples of his creations on my blog: http://maraeastern.com/2014/08/01/artless-art/ Sorry for spamming but maybe you’d be interested in checking 😉

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    • I will Mara, honestly I didn’t like their faces, it was too confronting and made me think of birth defects rather than anything he might have wanted us to think of…. Thanks Mara, I will have a look at your post now 🙂


  11. I love the bum view but their faces are a bit disturbing lol!!

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  12. Oh that’s absolutely perfect for the theme 🙂

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  13. Great pictures for the theme, slightly disturbing though, but guess that’s the point! I love the shot of the little girl going up to touch them, I wonder what she thinks of them! 🙂

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    • Thanks Katie, yes they are disturbing really, yes I wondered what the little girl was thinking and maybe should have stayed a bit longer to see but I guess to her it was just a climbing toy and it was so big she probably wouldn’t have known it was a giant baby… but good question 🙂

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