Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Photographs taken on the sculpture walk at Webber's Post



The photographer's hut commemorates a famous local photographer

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16 comments:

kenju said...

That must be chainsaw sculpture. We have a guy famous for that here in NC.

R. Sherman said...

The second one looks like a South Pacific Tiki fallen (literally) on hard times.

Cheers.

PI said...

Judy: that sounds jolly dangerous. I imagined him gently chipping away with a chisel:)

Randall: we thought they were mermaids - there was another on the other side.

Dr Maroon said...

A mermaid that's been swallowed by a whale!
No?
It's all in the eye of the beholder. That and a little mescalin helps.

PI said...

doc; good description but she looks pretty happy to me. Maybe she had the mescalin?

Granny said...

Lovely photos and most unusual sculpture.

In case I hadn't answered you (sometimes I lose track), thank you for your comments and your unfailing kindness.

PI said...

Granny: I lose track and the thread all the time and the feeling is mutual. Goodness knows how you manage. I've had flowers dumped in water - waiting all week to be arranged and the family leave tomorrew - till the next lot!

Drama Queen said...

Very cool

Nea said...

Lovely photos Pat.
A real tonic for the homesick, here we still have snow.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Marvellous photos, Pat.

An entire walk, filled with sculptures. Bliss. The things I miss sometimes, living here. I long for art.

PI said...

Hi DQ! Andd Happy Easter to everybody - whatever your beliefs.

Nea: I hope it is a tonic for the homesick because there is a lot more where that came from. Two more walks this week and I've just done six miles - half up hill. Oh for someone to anoint my tootsies!

GG: I know what you mean having lived in a cultural and spiritual desert but you create your own art - it emanates from you. And I mean YOU!

Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

Happy Easter, Pat!

PI said...

Sam: and to you honey. Have just been over to yours trying out Firefox which is deadly slow.

Bob-kat said...

Hi Pat. I love the light through the trees in the first picture. Nothing quite like walking through a wood on a nice day :-)

Bob-kat said...

Oops - Michele sent me over to say hi!

PI said...

Hi bob-kat. Hope you are having this lovely weather. We had a cracking walk yesterday - part 7 of the Coleridge Way so I am taking it easy today!