1. dinkerson · March 16, 2013

    What an idea. This worked well.

    • northumbrianlight · March 16, 2013

      It is but unfortunately I can take little credit, I was just the monkey behind the camera. It is from an art installation at Belsay Hall in Northumberland – May 2007.
      Thanks for stopping by.

      • dinkerson · March 16, 2013

        Oh, I see. Well, you’ve captured it very well. What is your gravatar?

      • northumbrianlight · March 16, 2013

        It is from a sculpture on the waterfront in Oslo

  2. Mary Gilmartin · March 16, 2013

    When I was in art school, a long time ago, I remember the artist’s challenge for installations after they created sculptures like this. Great shot.. PS: Just wondering if the sculpture is still there.

    • northumbrianlight · March 17, 2013

      It was a temporary installation, one of several for the Picture House exhibition at Belsay Hall in Northumberland in 2007. I don’t remember the title of this work nor if this was the intention but to me it looks like the aftermath of the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.

      • Mary Gilmartin · March 17, 2013

        I think you’re right, it’s “A Mad Tea-Party”….with the Hatter..”they were trying to put the Dormouse into the teapot.”…and then Alice said..”It’s the stupidest tea-party I ever was at in all my life!”

      • northumbrianlight · March 17, 2013

        🙂 Have you read The Annotated Alice yet – if so what did you think? Did Dodgson really intend all those hidden references.

      • Mary Gilmartin · March 17, 2013

        No, I haven’t read the Annotated Alice yet.

      • northumbrianlight · March 17, 2013

        So many books, so little time.

  3. greenmackenzie · March 17, 2013

    I just love these shots…and I immediately thought of the mad hatters tea party 🙂 such a delicate and fragile pile, I found myself almost holding my breath incase any broke 🙂

  4. Photography Journal Blog · March 19, 2013

    Time for a house elf?

  5. mybeautfulthings · March 22, 2013

    Brilliant installation and I love your B&W photos. 🙂

    • northumbrianlight · March 22, 2013

      Thanks, much appreciated – I really ought to give the artist credit except I can no longer find out who was responsible. My only creativity was to ‘enhance’ the view through the window 🙂

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