Wednesday, March 16, 2011

ABC Wednesday - I

Installation at the Kala Ghoda Art Festival showing nature on life support system

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24 comments:

  1. Warm Aloha & Gratitude from Honolulu!


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  2. Oh, wow!! I have to admit I didn't know it was this bad!! What a great, fun post for the day! Have a wonderful day!

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  3. Most appropriate & our general disregard is well illustrated in the pic.In my study and nature watch-
    in so many places we take Trees & Plants-in fact all nature for granted-

    WE have to stop and take stock and help Trees-& Nature...in any way we can--even a can of water, some manure, prevent axing / felling , etc

    Man needs Trees and Trees also need some care and attention ; above all not disregard.
    Tks-Rgds
    Capt.TR (Retd)

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  4. So pretty and Interesting!


    Please come and see my ABC Wednesday post, thanks!

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  5. I gasped on seeing this!! But the future at the base of the tree looked promising!! :)

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  6. c'est tres beau, mais tres bizarre

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  7. Wow that's a lot of information there. Thanks for sharing!
    ABC Wed.

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  8. A great piece of art - wonderfully chaotic!

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  9. incredibly complex.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  10. interesting art work , life is truly complex

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  11. A very creative and unique way of expressing the world's environmental problems.

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  12. Very interesting installation:)

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  13. Pretty Nice!

    Invent and Create is my ABC, please come and see.

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  14. beautiful photo of a powerful work of art

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  15. Ditto to all of the above! Wonderful photo of this art installation that aims at emotion and reason.
    HelenMac, ABC Wednesday Team

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  16. That's surely looks interesting but I didn't understand what exactly it is.

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  17. @Nethra it reflects dying nature receiving intravenous fluids to survive. Nature on life support.

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  18. How cool. I would have loved to more about it's significance as I feel so far away.

    Thank you for introducing me to something new!

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