This image has a quizzical energy - it is a composite work designed to stimulate curiosity.
Some viewers find it challenging and even intimidating while others find it inspirational.
The Uffizi Gallery Courtyard is adorned with larger than life size sculptures by Renaissance Artists - such as The fountain of Neptune, by Bartolomeo Ammanati, Hercules and Nessus, by Giambologna, David (the original is in the Accademia), by Michelangelo.
- Destination: Italy, Florence, Uffizi Gallery Courtyard
Subject: The hand of a Uffizi Gallery Statue is superimposed over Italian Stickers/Graffiti from a Roman Post Box.
A vibrant image originally captured on film by Photographers Dallas and John Heaton.
Approximate instant of the image capture: May 5th, 2008 at 11am.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D
Settings: 85mm Lens at F5.6, at one Sixtieth of a Second.
Additional Creative Interpretation by John Heaton.
Archival Canvas or Paper Prints Price on Application.