A woden sculpture of a fisherman at a local restaurant
A wooden sculpture of a fisherman at a local restaurant

For some strange reason, I have something of an obsession with those weird, wooden and plastic sculptures that are typically used to decorate restaurants, bar, hotel lobbies, and etc.    I really like to shoot them with my phone camera.  I think the distortion of the lens gives a slightly eerie, disturbing feeling to the shots.

I modified this with Photoshop.

2 thoughts on “Fisherman”

  1. The black-and-white shots of the masks at the Vancouver museum impressed me. I like a the rest of the stuff, but those have real soul. You captured the artistic skills of the carvers. The eye shots are best- never seem anything quite like that without being there (Maureen and I have been to that museum).


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