Saturday, February 14, 2015

Forty Two - They've Landed!

 
So my next couple of posts may be a little different to usual due to the incredible spectacle that is The Giants having landed in Perth. Dealing with such a huge dude I haven't really ended up with any macro's per se (those feet are way taller than I am!!)... but still... details. And more picture heavy because... Wow. I was lucky enough to walk into the office yesterday and find that the view out of the window was somewhat different to usual! (I have no idea what the slime on the bridge is by the way - this shot from the window has been compared to something out of the game Bioshock). Obviously after taking some photos from the office I rushed downstairs to get up close and personal before the whole of Perth discovered him!
 
 
I headed down to watch the Little Girl take her first steps as well (I may have had a slightly slack work day...) but I'll get to her tomorrow! Hopefully going with Mum to catch them meeting up tomorrow - Can't wait! Wish us luck with the crazy crowds...

12 comments:

  1. The giant is amazing. The people around it really do look like Lilliputians!

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  2. Super shots Aimee.. If you had taken that bridge shot a little later you would have seen Bill and I taking shots from the bridge.. Looking forward to tomorrow, not the crowds though :)

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  3. Fantastic shots. I saw the post on your mom's site but, it sounds like you have a birds eye view. This is just awesome.

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  4. Terrific!! and I do agree with EG -- the people around the giant do look like Lilliputians!! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend, Aimee!!

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  5. What a great view form your window. It must have been hard to get any work done with all that going on outside!

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  6. From these shots and the ones at your mother's page, this artistic display going on there is marvelous, Aimee!

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  7. This is fantastic! I would love to be there and I look forward to more photographs!

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  8. Great images! I'm sure those giants have a wonderful collection of macro textures waiting for you in the golden hour.

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  9. Lucky that you saw the Diver by the station. I was in the city and didn't realize he was there, so just saw the Little Girl on Friday. I bet a lot of those office workers didn't get much work done with all the excitement in the city!

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  10. Apart from the amazing size, those feet and hands are so beautifully crafted.

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  11. the giants was born near Chateaubriant in Nantes

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  12. i seen these on your Mom's blog...they are amazing.

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