When Roger suffered a little cabin fever we went for a walk and came across some experimental things. The first was the smart litter bin. I hadn’t seen one of these before but I remember the articles in the local paper when council decided to experiment by putting a few in. I guess the experiment failed (or is still in progress) because knowing our council the experiment had proved successful I would have seen this type of bin all over the shire.
Art work is experimental to some extent as well. All those experiments that fail we don’t see in galleries and in display in public places. Or do we? An artist may well deny their art is experimental but when you do something for the first time I think it has to be an experiement of sorts. What do you think?
Again an art work. Ad hoc? Experiment? It is in reality a door.
We walked and around the other side of the structure on the left was a dead end. My heart sank. I wanted to go back a different way to the way we’d come. I wanted to experiment. There was one way through under a low ramp that led to another building. “Come on ” I said and folded myself into an ungainly crouch. With knees hurting I made it through. Roger looked unsure. He was not sure that this experiment was going to suit him and he was right. But it gave us such a good laugh that it was worth while watching him with his hips and shoulders giving him gip rolling under. The dogs had no problems.
From a distance I saw the structure of the pine trees. They look like totem poles I thought as Muffin waited patiently (yet again) for me to take my photographs. I have to experiment and see if I can get a photo that shows the totemness of the trees.
The results were interesting but they still looked like trees.
I think it must have been an experiment planting these here as I would have thought we were too tropical for connifers and perhaps that is why there tops look deadish. Or perhaps it is our white cockatoos.
In response to Weekly Photo Challenge