Monday, January 13, 2014

Up a tree

I can't believe it's Monday already. Where did the weekend go. I tried to make it last by setting a very slow pace.
Today I continue with some more pictures from that place I drove by. This is what made me spot this place the first time.


The sky was a bit on the gray side that day so I did add just a touch of color to these pictures. It could be the angle that I got these pictures from but they don't look quite as impressive as the bears in yesterdays post but still cool.




And of course the eagle that also resides in this tree

22 comments:

Duni said...

Your sky looks like mine.
How creative to carve those animals from the tree!

Catherine said...

Why why why must Mondays always come so fast!!
xo Catherine

SweetMarie said...

This is so cool! Someone is quite talented! Stay warm and have a fantastic Monday!!!

SweetMarie said...

Gorgeous header!

Sandra said...

sorry Monday came so fast... i know you are at work now, making all those goodies for us NON BAKERS... you are a blessing to us... one day i am going to get Scotty to beam me up there with you and we can go see this.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Seriously, I was thinking of making an apple pie this morning...that thought left just as quickly as it came...but, I thought of you, baking away your hours of the day.

This tree is so cool!!! What a job of work. Truly art in a fabulous way.

Christine said...

That is one amazing tree! And the dinosaur in yesterday's post was incredible!

Donna said...

That's pretty impressive!

Sheryl Hastings said...

I love this! I thought the birds in the tree were real at first. So cool1

Sharkbytes said...

I love stuff like this. We get to see things like this across the road. I keep telling Om that he can consider the eagles a gift from me. We can't afford one, but he can look at whatever one is on display over there.

BeadedTail said...

That's pretty dang cool! My weekend went by too fast too! I spent three days at the coast with friends so had lots of fun but work came too early this morning. How long until the weekend?

Sandee said...

I would love to watch them create a piece of art. This is really very cool.

Have a fabulous day. My best to Duke. :)

A Quiet Corner said...

And to think, we wouldn't know where to begin!...:)JP

Helen said...

this is really cool. I've never seen this kind of craft before. You always fine interesting to share Ann.

Out on the prairie said...

What a fun area, I hear many see the image in the tree before carving it

Grace said...

Are these chainsaw sculptures?

Connie said...

That is amazing! Thank you, Ann for sharing . . . I'll be showing this to Steve when he gets home.
Keep Smiling
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Lin said...

That isn't done, is it? Looks unfinished to me....

Betsy Adams said...

More gorgeous wood carvings. Do they sell them there????

I'm a little shaken tonight. We had a near-miss-head-on car accident this afternoon when a car was coming straight toward us in OUR lane. We swerved and went into the ditch. Luckily, we are fine and no damage to the car --other than being dirty. BUT--we were just lucky that the ditch wasn't steep…. SCARY!

Hugs,
Betsy

sweetvintageofmine said...

Evening Ann, Connie from Crafty Home Cottage sent me over! She wanted me to see the chainsaw art on your blog. Those bears are adorable and the Eagle as well. I just posted yesterday, the street I am moving to this Spring/Summer has several LARGE chainsaw art in several of the neighbors yards. We have a talented artist who lives on the street and he has created things for the homeowners when they lost a tree. They are beautiful! It's a small street and has created a unique quaintness. Please feel free to take a look! I love Connie dearly...she is special to me! I am your newest follower~~~Blessings~~~Roxie

Dee said...

great tree carvings...there are a lot of them around where I live...I find them very interesting.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Way, way cool!

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