Photo of the Day

After my First Friday post for July, MCM commented that my ‘Korean Yogurt Bottles’ photo was very Andreas Gursky. I had not heard of him or 99 Cent II Diptychon (2001), which happens to be the most expensive photograph to date, having been auctioned at Sotheby’s in February of 2007 for a price of US$3,346,456. I love ‘Bahrain I’ and ‘Beelitz’ which is of a black tarped asparagus field. There is something about repetition leading to abstracting that has been on my mind lately. Then, as it is World Cup season, I had to throw in ‘EM Arena II’.

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  1. […] the photographer listed this as a “patchwork” which I like. It also has a bit of Andreas Gursky going on.The Weiner Riesenrad (Viennese giant wheel) in Vienna, Austria, built in 1897 to […]



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