Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Modernist Hickory

 I don't know what this photograph is about, if it's supposed to be about anything, but the image of a hedgehog blowing up a balloon on the street is curious.

It was taken/constructed/conceived by Slava Beilin, an Israeli photographer, apparently in Jerusalem. The monochoming of everything but the red balloon is a fairly common technique in cityscapes, though the subject matter is usually more monumental, important or just bigger. If you look closely, the street behind is reflected in the balloon, and is in colour. It looks liek a bright, sunny day in Jerusalem.

2 comments:

James Higham said...

Now that's way outside my experience.

CIngram said...

Hey, taht's hedgehog blogging. You never know where it'll take you:-)