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Take Me To Your Leader

Posted by
Steve Rice (Olympia, United States) on 20 May 2011 in Art & Design.

Junk Sculpture Garden

Oddities of Tucson
Part of the Roadside Oddities Series

Kala from United States

I like the tones and contrasts. You should make a book of all these unusual images you've seen while traveling.

20 May 2011 5:39am

PATRICK from miramas, France

just 5****

20 May 2011 5:51am

Marie LC from Entre montagnes et Bretagne, France

May be we are on the moon ???

20 May 2011 6:07am

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

Wonderful monochrome with fabulous detail and tones Steve!!

20 May 2011 6:18am

morgan from canyon Country, United States

I don't know where you find this stuff but you get great shots.

20 May 2011 6:32am

Suzanne from Melbourne, Australia

excellent title Steve..!
what an amazing sculpture although one must be careful as he's hiding in the bushes!!
sorry i've not been around... cheers Suzanne:))

20 May 2011 6:34am

Bill Brown from California, United States

Awesome capture Steve!

20 May 2011 7:47am

DowsherVision from PARIS, France

Superbe image, bravo !

20 May 2011 8:01am

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Very good black and white, tin man looks happy guarding the garden.

20 May 2011 8:11am

Thomas from Paris, France

Very nice B&W composition !!

20 May 2011 9:04am

Veronique from Hautes-Pyrénées, France

this is an idea for all my old tins !

20 May 2011 9:13am

skarlet from kerman, Iran

well done!

20 May 2011 9:20am

Williams from East LaHave, Nova Scotia, Canada


20 May 2011 10:09am

Dokmateo from madird, Spain

haha funny title..great capture of these recycled figures. cheers!

20 May 2011 10:46am

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Amazing tin man. The king of recycling! I like your processing here as well.

20 May 2011 11:17am

k@ from Paris, France

Love it in B&W&Light, this mono rocks.

20 May 2011 11:32am

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada a whole new meaning to the term "tin god"! Well seen and captured Steve! ;-))

20 May 2011 12:43pm

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

Made of tin cans is really great. Good day.

20 May 2011 1:22pm

Vaido from Võrumaa, Estonia

Great title :) Nice subject, too. I vote for book of this oddities :)

20 May 2011 1:42pm

Gérard Beullac from Paris, France

Aztec, this time....
Love the subject...

20 May 2011 1:59pm

Mhelene from Paris, France

Another great capture in B&W .

20 May 2011 2:08pm

Iknow from Chengdu, China

Such a strong light and contrast here,but very nice effect,love your fresh eye Steve!

20 May 2011 2:19pm

Olivier Paillet from toulouse, France

Nice catch ! well done !

20 May 2011 2:19pm

Don from Spokane, United States

A great title. Very creative use for discarded cans. Nice one.

20 May 2011 2:29pm

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Wow. I just love the tones and contrast in this shot! And the b/w!

20 May 2011 2:57pm

Daniel from Kenmare, United States


20 May 2011 3:46pm

Francisco Romero from Carbajal de la Legua, Spain

A very nice image. A most interesting and artsy way of recycling.

20 May 2011 5:24pm

Kenny from Eastsound, United States

Nice b&w image. This looks like something from the soup can era.

20 May 2011 5:42pm

Céline from New York City, United States

Nice catch and contrast !

20 May 2011 6:43pm

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

;) AHAHHHH... I like it.

20 May 2011 7:05pm

Kiki from Ambert, France

Your photo gives me ideas to tidy up in a original way my cans of food :)

20 May 2011 7:59pm

beanow from Warsaw, Poland

LOL!!! Very nice idea. I love it! :)

20 May 2011 9:24pm

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

This is so great..the leader's name might be "Del Monte," eh ? ;-)

20 May 2011 9:57pm

Phil David Morris 2011 from Saskatoon,, Canada

Looks like he has some need of a little oiling before he meets the pres.
I think the best thing to say is someone has a little too much time on
his hands, wish I could use mine so creatively. Beautiful presentation
and the heavy contrast makes it seem he has deserted his hideout in
the black lagoon.

20 May 2011 10:03pm

Daryl Johnson from New Malden, United Kingdom

Very creative!

20 May 2011 11:43pm

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

Looks like someone drank a lot of coffee to create this masterpiece. Nice contrasts picked up in this B&W composition.

21 May 2011 2:19am

Jason Politte from Conway, AR, United States

We actually have a junk sculpturist in Conway, but his work is nowhere as good as this. Fantastic capture - B&W suits this well.

21 May 2011 4:27am

Sunder from Chennai, India

Well composed shot! Nice lighting and details...

21 May 2011 11:37am

Dutch from Neverwhere, United States

This guy should be in an old space movie!

24 May 2011 4:00pm