Sunday, February 19, 2017

Forbidden

I took this pic a while ago in the lobby of a building along Queen St W just before the security guard told me that photography was forbidden in the building. So I didn't get the name of the artist but I do like the work.

14 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Well done you for getting this sneaky shot in Pat ☺ it certainly makes super shadows on that shiny wooden floor!

Andy said...

You are getting daring. Everyone needs some adventure in their lives.

Karen S. said...

Very interesting! Too bad about no photo taking, because then we can't see all the cool stuff too!

jennyfreckles said...

Glad you didn't have your camera seized!

Cloudia said...

Rebellious: I LIKE it! :)

Sharon Anck said...

I like it too. It's great for the lobby of a building. I always chuckle at the security guards who stop you from taking pictures. I'm especially struck by the ones who don't want pictures taken outside a building. I think property owners spend too much time teach the guards the rules and never talking about the intent of the rules.

Catalyst said...

I'm sorry but it resembles the fence along our southern border.

William Kendall said...

A bit hypnotic, I think.

bill burke said...

Good for you for sneaking and stealing this photo :) I like it!

Revrunner said...

Slowly, SLOWLY, I see museums changing their policies.

Michelle said...

You go girl! Be sneaky!

Bob Crowe said...

Those people are annoying. I remember Virginia and I getting some good pictures of contemporary art in a hospital in Birmingham before a guard kicked us out.

Gunn said...

I like the fact that now, we, your blog followers from all over the world can see this.
Sometimes there are too many rules, and I can NOT see anything wrong with showing this.

I like the lines and the "golden touch".

Jack said...

I can see why they wouldn't want anyone to take photos inside.