Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Sculptures In The Snow

When we finally got some snow a while ago I went for a wander at the Glendon College campus of York University and stumbled upon these stainless steel pieces in the snow. I quite like them but could find no info about them - it may be buried under the snow. I will head back one day to see how they look in the spring. We have no snow here now!

15 comments:

Bill Nicholls said...

Are they? thought they looked like leftovers from WW2, they used to have tank traps that looked like that

VP said...

Somebody lost some air conditioning pipes...

Karl Demetz said...

Very simple structures...
Sculptures? Not really, in my humble opinion.

William Kendall said...

They're curious. You'll have to find out if they do have information. Not all art pieces do, unfortunately.

Sharon Anck said...

I like them too. There is something about all those lines.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

They're a little along the lines of the sculptures I'm showing Pat.. main difference the snow as opposed to the beach :)

cieldequimper said...

Not really my kind of stuff but to each is own!

Halcyon said...

The snow adds something to the pieces.

jennyfreckles said...

They maybe make more sense without the snow... They look like bits someone dropped and left behind.

Jacob said...

To me they resemble pieces of an interlocking puzzle.

Cloudia said...

industrial vents discarded?

Revrunner said...

Shoot, RedPat! We still have piles of stockpiled snow from Snowzilla laying around in places. A few more days like today, though, and even they'll be gone.

Kate said...

Geometric objects: straight lines and angles. They look like they belong there

Stephanie said...

Looks like pieces fallen from the sky or something. Interesting sculptures.

Laura. M said...

Curious sculptures :))