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Ps in a pod

Ps in a Pod, created by artist Louise Plant, features three cast iron sculptures, which are arranged differently depending on their surroundings.
It's currently at Noses Point, in Seaham, then it will move on to Wharton Park, Durham; Bishop Auckland Market Place and finally Hamsterley Forest.

It reminds me of "Art for arts sake" by 10cc

Gimme your body
Gimme your mind
Open your heart
Pull down the blind
Gimme your love gimme it all
Gimme in the kitchen gimme in the hall
Art for arts sake
Money for Gods sake
Art for Arts sake
Money for Gods sake

Gimme the readys
Gimme the cash
Gimme a bullet
Gimme a smash
Gimme a silver gimme a gold
Make it a million for when I get old
Art for arts sake
Money for Gods sake
Art for Arts sake
Money for Gods sake

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Graeme12-Jul-2017 23:27
A different kind of sculpture! V
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)12-Jul-2017 18:48
A very fine image, my friend.Vote
Range View 29-Jun-2017 01:21
A fantastic composition with gorgeous light and wonderful clarity. V
Buz Kiefer21-Jun-2017 19:49
A fine composition of this sculptured display, John. Very nice lighting. Vote.
janescottcumming20-Jun-2017 23:26
I think they might be Jacks for a Giant!
LynnH20-Jun-2017 16:15
Sometimes I befuddled. This is one of those times. Look like giant jacks with a proper ball to accompany them. The photo is nice and clear and sharp. V
larose forest photos20-Jun-2017 02:41
What an arresting set of sculptures and a terrific shot, as well as a very amusing song! V
Nirvan Hope19-Jun-2017 17:46
Waiting for giant jacks players to emerge from the sea.
Yvonne19-Jun-2017 11:13
Interesting to read about these movable sculptures and read your words John!
Faye White19-Jun-2017 10:30
Fascinating sculptures! Well captured.
Dennis Hoyne19-Jun-2017 03:51
An unusual art installation, I like it, beautiful with the sea in the distance.
jeanb19-Jun-2017 01:39
Surely there should be 5.... reminds me of 5 stones I played as a child. Do kids ever play this nowadays?
laine18-Jun-2017 21:13
Being the Granddaughter and beyond of Cornish and Australian miners with a claustrophobic wariness of underground, I much prefer the view from where you positioned yourself....history of the colliery shows many unfortunate deaths in 60 yrs of the 20th century.

A great composition, John. V
Martin Lamoon18-Jun-2017 20:00
Certainly different, a fine shot with the sea in the background.
globalgadabout18-Jun-2017 19:56
this knocks me for six...or perhaps much vibrancy in a lively view..
Ton T.18-Jun-2017 19:47
A fine image of these remarkable sculptures! V
Chris18-Jun-2017 19:37
A giant's set of Jacks - but what are they?
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