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Alain Delorme's Totems

A photographer spotted a coyote as it trotted into her yard and explored a toy left in the snow. What she managed to capture on camera is the beauty of play.

Coyote finds old dog toy, acts like a puppy

A photographer spotted a coyote as it trotted into her yard and explored a toy left in the snow. What she managed to capture on camera is the beauty of play. I had that same toy!

Artist Kimberly Willcox~Group of Story Poles, recycled materials

Artist Kimberly Willcox~Group of Story Poles, recycled material. The reason why i like theses sculptures is because they are able to capture beauty in a very minimalist way

Butterfly~Native American legend has it that, if we capture a butterfly and whisper a wish to her, she will carry it to the Great Spirit...

Butterfly~Native American legend has it that, if we capture a butterfly and whisper a wish to her, she will carry it to the Great Spirit.By setting the butterfly free, we show respect for the balance of nature, and the wish will surely be granted.

Alain Delorme Totems Captures China’s Bike Peddlers

Alain Delorme Totems Captures China’s Bike Peddlers

In his series 'Totems' set in Shanghai, China french photographer Alain Delorme pays homage to the underdog heroes of the city, migrant bicy.

Tyres anyone?

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Totem 5 by Alain Delorme: In the Totem Series, Delorme captures the individuality of workers on bicycles in Shanghai transporting, in worker ant fashion, mass produced items manufactured in China during the heyday of the market economy.

"Cairn Rock Totem in Red and Gray" created by Melanie Guernsey-Leppla Capturing a balanced moment in time, these Cairns, Born of fire and glass represent accomplishments, knowledge and experience gained, difficulties overcome and guidance for pathways yet to be traveled. Each unique composition of free blown and solid glass stone forms is individually shaped by the artist, fused together in the flame and finally etched to create the stone like finish.

"Cairn Rock Totem in Red and Gray" created by Melanie Guernsey-Leppla. Each unique composition of free blown and solid glass stone forms is individually shaped by the artist, fused together in the flame and finally etched to create the stone like finish.

This is a different kind of tribal look. I think this one is more of a stretch and is more creepy looking, but with creepy comes edgy. I think the colors really do well in helping each other color stand out more. I do really like the creatures face in the middle. It is a very indifferent type face and it is just humorous to me.

I like the colors and the clean-cut design. I'm not sure if this is supposed to be a totem pole or not, but I think it all works pretty well together.

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