An unusual theme for this week’s #FriFotos theme on Twitter, organised by @HotelPRGuy, @EpsteinTravels and @TravelDesigned: Balls.
Here’s a few balls from my travels:
|Madrid – Museo Reina Sofia|
Found in the Reina Sofia museum in Madrid, this is a ballet costume designed by Oskar Schlemmer, a German painter, designer and choreographer associated with the Bauhaus school. It is part of his most famous work, “Triadisches Ballett,” 1922, in which the actors were morphed into geometrical shapes and danced like puppets. This particular costume translates well into English as “Ball Gown”.
|Copenhagen – Kongens Have|
This was exactly a year ago today: Good Friday, the King’s Garden in a very warm Copenhagen. Teenage son having a rest: must have got up too early.
|Barcelona – Nou Camp
My son, Rory, in 2006, at the Nou Camp in Barcelona. Posing in between Ronaldinho and Samuel Eto’o. Unfortunately the two players were just cardboard cut-outs but, admit it, you were fooled for just a few seconds?
So there you have it from me: a load of balls. No change there, then.