I took this whilst walking along the seawall in beautiful Vancouver. All around the seawall people (assuming its people although ive never seen them) create these balanced stone sculptures, which caught my eye. Jumped down on to the rocks, took one snap and instagramed all the space of about 30 seconds. I think i used Valencia with the sun thing on. Anyways i was super impressed with the result of not only the iphone 4s camera but also the software. - David Kenny
China's Legendary "Dreaming of the Tiger Spring" Sculpture
Located at the foot of Daci Hill in the Hangszou, Zhejiang province of China lies the scenic Hupao Spring, also known as the Dreaming of the Tiger Spring. The picturesque landscape features an eye-catching sculpture of a man, seemingly caught in a slumber as two tigers creep their way down the rocks towards him. Despite the imminent danger one may predict for an unguarded man being approached by the wild beasts, the sculpture projects a sense of peace.
Richard wrote: One day, after I had made quite a tall rock balance, I decided to knock it down in case it fell on someone! I set up my camera to capture its demise and I was really pleased with what I managed to get. The ten frames I caught revealed the sculptural qualities of the affect of gravity and many things that would be hidden from the naked eye.