Saturday, October 01, 2011

Nature Machine

LSD

Nature Machine

DNA

Theme Day. Mystery Object. I don't have a clue as to what a Nature Machine is. Perhaps something one could use to create new life? If you zoom in on some of the details of the nature machine this is what you can see. LSD. DNA. And a baby. Now that is a weird combination. The only person that could tell us how the machine works would be the creator, Olle Adrin, but he passed away back in 1988 so I guess we will never know the answer.

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17 comments:

ρομπερτ said...

What a trip.

Thoughtful piece of art indeed.
Please have a good new month and a nice weekend as well.

daily athens

Lachezar said...

An intriguing set of good photography!
Great interpretation of today's theme

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Like your take on this Steffe, it really is a mystery!! wonder where the LSD comes into it..I sort of get the DNA and the baby in the womb thing hmmm! will we ever know what it's all about? Have a great weekend.

Jacob said...

Truly weird. I wonder where the old boy passed away to?

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Perfect for the theme day. Mysterious mystery, for sure.

Jack said...

Well, your images are crisp and clear, but the art makes me depressed.

Julie said...

Ah ... perhaps the LSD is pounds, shillings and pence ... and the symbol for the Japanese Yen is there ... perhaps the creator is trying to say that money is hard wired into the DNA of humans since they were children.

Jilly said...

What an extraordinary sculpture, Steffe and so beautifully photographed. Fascinating to see the tiny figure against the rest of it, so massive.

King of New York Hacks said...

What a brilliant capture...nope, I can't figure it out

brattcat said...

this piece gives us something to ponder, indeed. nice one, steffe.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I reckon it is a bit spookie and certainly a mystery open to interpretation.

Rambling Round said...

Very strange indeed!

Halcyon said...

An interesting piece of art. I guess everyone should take their own meaning from it. :)

Sharon said...

I like Julie's positive take on this piece but, I'm going to guess that LSD might have played an unhealthy role in his creative process.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

fabulous and great way to show us the images. intriguing

Jarart said...

That is a true mystery and strange too.

Leif Hagen said...

It's mysterious indeed....