The horse sculpture was quite large, but I was most interested in the head and its beautiful blue colour.
For this sculpture, I chose to take a very tight shot of just the bear's face, and I enhanced contrast in post processing to bring out its features.
If you love reflections as I do, this is a wonderful building to photograph. Here, I've combined the real (foreground) with the surreal (reflections).
This is a tiny detail of a very large sculpture, where I've concentrated on the swirls enhanced by the coloured lighting.
I found this to be an interesting combination of subjects: one natural and delicate, and the other human-made and hard.
While it's just snow thrown against a wooden structure, I found the pattern and combination of textures interesting.