Richard Wilson's sculpture "Slice of Reality" (from the year 2000). 15% of an old dredger, the other 85% is cut off. I'm a big fan of this location since I 'discovered it' back in 2010.
The funny thing is when I'm in London and I ask someone about this piece of pop-art, nobody knows of its existence. Anyway, it was on my wishlist to visit it at night.
It's a short walk from the O2 arena at the Greenwich peninsula, and it was wise to keep an eye on the Thames tide table.
It's a fantastic place with the pretty lights of Canary Wharf, together with that huge, quite absurd sliced ship - a quite surreal yet awesome scene. Enjoy!
Dit werk wordt aangeboden door Rob de Voogd / zzapback
Rob de Voogd - freelance fotograaf - wonend en werkend in Rotterdam. Gespecialiseerd in (stads)landschap met gevoel voor dramatiek in weer en beweging. Favoriete locaties: Kleinpolderplein Rotterdam, La Defense Parijs en Oost Londen. Blauw uur en ultra groothoek. Bodemloze inspiratiebron: Koyaanisqatsi.