What is this? Looks so unique and artistic...
Great shot...Happy WW:)
Great, great shot! I love the motif - it sticks in the mind long afterward.I've posted my WW over on my blog, but I promise you it isn't as colorful, shapely or inspirational as yours!
Are those rifles? If so, that's a MUCH better use for them than the originally intended one!Tink *~*~*My Mobile Adventures *~*~*
Interesting pic, Indrani. Great post today!
Best use I've seen for such things. I hope one day this will be the only purpose they all have.Very creative.
I am sure they are rifles.....very vibrant.......
I thought it's one of those optical illusion thingy but when I look at the enlarged photo, I realized that they're all rifles arranged in neat pattern *lol*
Very interesting wall decor, though I can't actually make out what are those :P
That is SO awesome. I'm glad you noted to enlarge - that's beautiful! :D
This looks like a Ferris wheel. Happy WW! :)
Good one, Indrani. I agree with Tink that this is a much better use for rifles than what they were intended for.
beautiful!Here's my WW. Thanks!
Rifles and arrows? nice WW photo :)
I have to click to enlarge! I thought it was a Ferris wheel! LOL Very interesting wall decor indeed!~Cheers,Yen
That's an interesting array.
What an interesting piece of artwork! Happy WW...
Amazing shot. The geometry is very nice.You have been posting such nice colorful pictures. I loved the Game? post and the balcony flowers.
that's artfully done!... at first i thought it was some kind of decorative shield... nice capture!
Until I read your description I wasn't sure what it was. Very unique!My WW is HereHope you can stop by!Have a great Thanksgiving!
That's a wild shot. Very interesting. Would have never guessed it had rifles without enlarging.
Very interesting picture.Happy WWAbby
Definately a piece worth talking about
That is so cool!Happy WW!
What an excellent shot!
That is brilliant! Art from rifles & arrows! Who'd have thought... Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Hi Indrani, that is a very nice 'wheel'. It reminds me of the bridge at Lake Charles, Louisina, that has pistols on top of each steel fence piece. A few are missing.I peeked also at your Sand Dune visit. It was sooooo pretty, especially the two with the people stopped to let the camels rest.Did you take a camel?..
Amazing how the riffles form a lovely piece of art.
We need some more art like that, and get more weapons out of commission! (I came here to see your Skywatch, and got sidetracked.)
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