Strolling the streets of Oslo or any city in the world, my eyes always search for sculptural objects. Yesterday the spring-cut Poplar trees in Skovveien (which is one of the Capital´s fashion streets), with the silhouette against the blue sky, was a natural sculpture,
and the street (Forrest street) is full of themOther more "normal" sculptures you may find in Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai where the Lion King really rules.
In Singapore the Abacus seems to be used (and it does some places) although top modern card payment systems are in preferred operation everywhere.
Being in Asia or more specific in Oceania and Australia, the sculpture in the center of Manly outside Sydney had to be documented, and I don´t think my wife is of any deterioration to the sculpture even if it is almost a fifteen years old photo.In Copenhagen. Denmark this sculpture outside Peder Oxe became an interesting toy for children, and maybe it is good they finish their playing with cigarettes at that age.
In Portugal and the city of Evora this sculpture draw my attention, and I do (not?) think it represent an ancient bath-tub.
Back to Oslo and the melting dirty snow. With fantasy I have no problem defining these forms as animals (Sea-Lions?), but there is why nature is perfect. The human mind are able to see what it want.
And the same can be said about culture called Embracement by the artist Per Ung. Use your imagination and fantasy. Bring your camera and open your mind to the forms around you. There are many of them out there.