THEY may be late flowering this year but these daffodils couldn’t have timed their appearance better.
For the trumpet-shaped flowers reflect the trumpet-like shape in the sculpture on the outer wall of Huddersfield’s Queensgate Market.
Christopher Marsden, of Longwood, took this photograph to mark the Grade II listed building’s 40th birthday.
He said: “Below the cantilevered hyperbolic parabolic roof shells is the ceramic sculpture, Articulation In Movement.
“Each panel has a stylised mushroom-like roof shell that is turned 90 degrees. The stalks and asymmetric, striated cap of each resembling a trumpet’s bell being harmoniously aligned with adjoining ones.
“This gives a feeling of movement right along the building. Around the stem of each are organic forms that reflect the items available in the market.”
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