October 24, 2009

Outdoor photography

Caught a beautiful and unusually-mounted outdoor photo exhibit at the plaza of Eastwood Mall. I like how the photo banners are mounted on the planters.

outdoor photography exhibit at Eastwood Mall

20 comments:

bfarr said...

What a great idea. Nice setting too.

Don and Krise said...

Now that's different. I sort of like the idea.

Leif Hagen said...

Those are cool and what a great way to get some attention for the photos!

Steffe said...

That's a bit different. And kinda cool.

Jacob said...

Quite unusual. One really has to embiggen the photo to get the full impact...they're huge! Great idea! Are any of your photos there? If not, they should be!

Vogon Poet said...

A very good idea, I like those benches!

James said...

I like the garden and I also like the photos too. A very nice display.

robert said...

Turning 'outdoor' photography into an 'indoor surrounding'.

A weekend filled with many such beautiful sights for you.

dodong flores said...

One of a kind presentation of photographs. They must have thought about it that much...

Cezar and Léia said...

It's a brilliant idea, very creative!Beautiful palm trees as well. :)
Happy weekend dear Hilda!
Léia

Rob said...

Nice one, you can even stand on the benches for a closer look! Yann Arthus-Bertand did something similar in front of the Natural History Museum a few years ago.

cieldequimper said...

Outdoor events like this are always great. I like the way you have shot this from above! Great job Hilda!

arabesque said...

that's unique! ^_^

Kaori said...

Great angle Hilda :)

White Oleander said...

I like these outdoor photography, they always present amazing photos that takes one's breath away.

julia said...

There is no end to the methods of display - 100 things to do with a very tall lovely green palm!

JM said...

Very original exhibit!

hadv said...

Great idea, until people start sitting on the benches and you feel awkward facing them while looking at the photos. But I know why people arent sitting on those benches, it's not because of the exhibit. It's because of the midday sun, right?

George said...

What an interesting way to display photographs. I like it.

the donG said...

now i wonder when will our photos be displayed that way too.