Cottesloe Sculptures – #PPAC 26

Yesterday evening I thought it would be a good idea to drive to Cottesloe to watch the sunset. My dear hubby did say he didn’t think there would one as it was too cloudy, of course he was right. I’ve never seen such a strange sky. After a 40 degrees the day before the temperature plummeted to 25 degrees bringing the most intense thick clouds and a very nippy wind. Still I managed to capture some shots of sculptures I’ve not seen before.

White alien looking ladies in someone’s front garden
A gloomy looking sunset

Every Friday Cee or Marsha from Always Write host a challenge – Photographing Public Art. The art should be visible from the street or sidewalk or in any outdoor places. Some suggestions from Cee below.

  • Seasonal Displays
  • Graffiti
  • Statues and Sculptures
  • Collections
  • Store Windows
  • Murals
  • Transportation
  • Car Shows
  • Artistic Construction (Bridge, benches and buildings)
  • Wall Art


  1. When my husband tells me there won’t be a sunset tonight, I tell him, “There will be a sunset; we just won’t see it.” πŸ™‚ The sculptures are beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

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  2. These are great artworks Ali! We have just had three donated sculptures unveiled in Tumbarumba which will be part of a Sculpture Trail opening next year as part of bushfire recovery. I’ve featured on today in a post. Another one is very controversial and I’ll feature it next week. Maybe I should link up this coming week with Marsha and Cee!


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