This particular shot was taken inside the foyer of Bradford's National Media Museum during a college trip down there in December 2008. There was an installation hanging from the ceiling that caught my eye and this is the resulting depiction of my initial impressions.
Title inspiration this time comes from the name of one of the two schools of thought within the Pythagorean sect, where they were known as the learners. The other school called themselves the Akousmatikoi, the listeners. Pythagoras, of course, was the ancient Greek philosopher partly responsible for the formation of the theorem that bears his name.
Comments are perpetually appreciated.
Heh, thank-you kindly; it's appreciated. When I first took this it was almost resigned to the metaphorical cutting-room floor; I'm glad I wasn't so harsh with it now.
Many thanks! I appreciate you taking the time to look through my work.
Thank-you kindly, it's appreciated. I actually didn't think much of this one when I first took it; it almost never made it to dA. I changed my mind over time and that seems to have been a sound judgement as it's now, by far, my most popular and well-received piece on the site.