The small stream running through Sun City, the informal section of Sir Lowry’s Pass Village.
“…and here is where our little ones play”
Oh Ouch! This is definitely no playground…… As awork of art, though, I like the collection of shapes and the colors used. A little contrast of color against the danger as a playground, Jan?
The reality is this is what they see everyday and where they play! They get used to it and they throw things away and it is right there where they live and play!! We’ll have to get these people to do something about it and clean it up and keep it clean and be proud of it. We are talking to people in the village and motivating them to look at their surroundings and do something about it.
Enjoy your weekend, Leslie.
I’m very interested in your subject matter and the way you use a digital medium. This kind of thing gets me very excited. It pushes the boundaries of the accepted way of thinking. Those first impressionists would be using digital technology. Imagine Van Gough today and he would be a film maker or riding the waves of creativity in the style of Hockney. Love it. More please.
Hi Keith, Thank you for your very kind comments and that you are getting so excited about the stuff I do. You really inspire me!!! And thanks for that.
Enjoy your weekend.
Thanks for giving us a glimpse into what is the playground for so many kids around the world–something I should be working harder to change.
Thanks for your comment – I should be working harder as well! And do more!
Have a great day.
I love the colours in here and the way some areas are left white… Great perspective!
Thanks Kai! Those colours in the “water” just shows you how toxic the soup is! After a rainstorm it washes away for a while.
This is nicely captured, and as Leslie said above is good artwork. It does make me sad, as I saw similar images in Kenya when I visited Nairobi. I like that you are trying to motivate people to clean it up.
Thank you, Jolene, for your kind words.
Yes, it is very sad to see and it is happening all over the world.
Thanks to people, like you, who think about these things, the world can be a better place.
Your idea about the cameras and calender is great and now I am also thinking along those lines!
Have a great day!
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