Antony Gormley's feet

When I visit Winchester Cathedral, I always go down to the Crypt for another view of Sound II. The 'landscape' is always slightly different: the light varies and so does the amount of flooding. This time the ground was almost dry, except for an obliging puddle around the sculpture's feet.

see the whole scene when it was flooded here:
http://365project.org/quietpurplehaze/365/2014-03-25

I'd like to be able to make Jinks aware that his 'chrysanthemum face' shot of yesterday is today on PP, thank you everyone - but think he's more interested in why we haven't got out on the walk yet!
It is certainly a lot different to the other photo! And now.......please take Jinks out for a walk ;)
posted March 21st, 2015  
Love the reflection of the archway
posted March 21st, 2015  
Lovely to get yet another angle of Antony Gormley's statue and well done to Jinks for getting on the PP. He is a star.
posted March 21st, 2015  
Excellent, and those reflections...
posted March 21st, 2015  
Wonderful
posted March 21st, 2015  
Great image Hazel - well spotted!!
posted March 21st, 2015  
Great composition!
posted March 21st, 2015  
@gigiflower

We've been! And it was cold! And now he doesn't want to go out in the garden for his midday pee!!
posted March 21st, 2015  
Great to see his feet at last and some nice reflections. Well done Jinks for getting on the PP.
posted March 21st, 2015  
Great reflections Hazel. I really like this shot but feel Jinks has priority.
posted March 21st, 2015  
@thistle

Well you are right, Joyce, of course - he usually does!
posted March 21st, 2015  
Kim
It flooded just enough for you to get this great reflection shot! Please congratulate Jinks for me. :)
posted March 21st, 2015  
Love the reflection.
posted March 21st, 2015  
Love the whole composition. great shot
posted March 21st, 2015  
Interesting shot, Hazel.
posted March 21st, 2015  
@kimdavis

Kim, I'll give him a pat from you (he's snoring away here, post half a lunchtime bonio!).
posted March 21st, 2015  
Fantastic picture. Jinks obviously has his priorities straight.
posted March 21st, 2015  
Very interesting and creative capture. I like it.
posted March 21st, 2015  
I like your perspective Hazel, nice capture
posted March 21st, 2015  
So the water wasn't to deep this time, good capture with the reflection.
posted March 21st, 2015  
bep
Love both pictures.
Congrats to Jinks!
posted March 21st, 2015  
Ow wow we can see his feet :) love the reflection!
posted March 21st, 2015  
A beautiful find. Great capture of the reflection . It makes a nice abstract .
( and I see a face ) Do n`t tell Jinks. He will walk beside his ???.
posted March 21st, 2015  
Jinks should be honoured, it's darn hard to get on the PP these days, I haven't managed that for months! Anthony Gormley's feet are almost always in the water at Crosby!
posted March 21st, 2015  
Fantastic point of view. You are so very right about the same location always being different.
posted March 21st, 2015  
Awesome reflection- i hope to visit one day!
posted March 21st, 2015  
CONGRATULATIONS on the PP!!!! Isn't it exciting? Love the reflection here and I wonder if his feet get cold in the water? LOL FAV!
posted March 22nd, 2015  
This is really nice, Hazel. Great POV and composition.
posted March 22nd, 2015  
@cashew

Kathy, thanks. That would be strange, wouldn't it, if, wherever he is at the time, Antony Gormley himself got cold wet feet every time the crypt floor flooded under his statue?!!
posted March 22nd, 2015  
@loweygrace

If you come to Winchester you must say as we are only about 7 miles away and there would be tea and cake chez nous!
posted March 22nd, 2015  
This is very ghostly! Great image
posted March 22nd, 2015  
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