The source for this was an old Ford Ranger in the Walmart parking lot.
Yet another iPhone photograph, taken from a Loveland parking lot. I need to make a point of getting outside the house every day to see the clouds.
iPhone photograph modified in Photoshop.
This shows two of the three figures in “Triangle” (2005), by Norwegian sculptor Kirsten Kokkin. I think it may be the best work in Benson Sculpture Garden. It’s certainly among my top favorites. The relationships between the figures, as you circle the sculpture, create interesting forms, as in the case of this smaller triangle within the greater triangle.
Kokkin features this sculpture prominently on her website—in what we’d call the nameplate, if we were talking about a print publication—and that seems fitting; I think it’s also the best of her pieces reproduced there. When I looked up Kokkin’s name a couple of months ago, I found that she’d been under fire in 2013 for numerous misspellings on a memorial she’d done to honor Norwegian resistance fighters in World War II. She attributed this to having used English-language spellcheck when she was working on the memorial in America, and not having a Norwegian program available. As a former editor, I cringe to think of misspellings or typos set in bronze. Fortunately, “Triangle” includes no text, and needs none for its eloquence.
This is part of some kind of panel that I found at the Spring Creek Botanic Gardens Christmas light exhibit in Fort Collins. I failed to determine how it was being used (crowds, plus my own general distractability), but it looked interesting to me. Maybe someone can tell me what it is.
Colorado State University Horticulture Center. iPhone photograph taken late December 2018.