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PhotoHunt: Broken


This week's theme is "Broken."

A sculpture of a woman. Her dress is a mosaic made out of broken pieces of china and pottery.


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I love the sculpture. Great take on the theme. Hope you don't get too much snow either this weekend.

Good one for this week!

Ooo... I love how they played with different colored tiles to make that apron shades. Cool!

I lovely photo and a great take on the theme :-)

Great take on the theme, Annie. I love the sculpture.


Very cool choice of subject matter for this week's Photo Hunt! :)

That looks neat, no more broken pieces to throw :)

Happy Valentine's Day :)

What a terrific piece!

Mine has something in common with yours.

Wow that looks great! I love it


Love mosaics. That yellow artwork is beautiful.

Very clever picture and great take on the theme this week.

Scott at World’s Best Photography Blog ;^)

Love the connection of this photo to the subject, broken. Even in the use of this mosaic medium, the artist still is successfully able to portray a personality to his subject. Cool pick!

Very cool! Where did you find her? Great take on the theme this week :)


That's awesome!

Very interesting and unique! It must have been fun to make.

I'm late in visiting everyone for Photo Hunters, but better late than never! Have a wonderful week.


Very cool, Annie!

Such a fun piece of sculpture. Some artists are so creative especially when they can see how to create beauty with something that is broken.

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