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12/09/2009

Wordless Wednesday - Statue From Bark

Statue From Bark


The Chicago Botanic Gardens
This statue is going to be
the subject of research
by none other than me.

Sorry for the redux - but this IS a fuller view.
This guy just fascinates me.


Ndinombethe.

13 comments:

Jientje said...

I wish I could come with you!

Shadow said...

oh do tell, this has got to be interesting!

moneythoughts said...

I look forward to reading your research report on the Statue From Bark. Please be sure to footnote and list your sources. (The thing about listing sources is a personally story of mine, perhaps some day I might be able to tell you about it.)

Emily/Randomability said...

Phantastic foto!

I've got to take the kids to Chicago sometime not in the winter and do the tourist thing. Or maybe just Brookfield Zoo.

calicobebop said...

It's all made of bark? Amazing! I'd be interested in it too!

Oh - and the spammers have found me as well. Dammit!

Loraine said...

it is a fascinating work of art!

NicoleB said...

He IS awesome :D!

(Mh, why am I not on you network blog list any more,...odd... :/ )

Joyce-Anne said...

This is an interesting piece of artwork. It's no wonder you shared a fuller view of it with us.

Momisodes said...

Wow! I had to do a double take with this. Very interesting statue. The details are remarkable.

Tara R. said...

He looks larger than life, and such fabulous detail. Thanks for giving us another look.

LceeL said...

Jientje: That would be nice.

Shadow: I will when i get the info.

Moneythoughts: Jeez, Fred. Now it sounds like homework.

Emily: Brookfield Zoo is not as much a foto stop as some other places.

Calicobebop: As soon as I get anything - you'll all know.

Loraine: Yes, it is - and you really don't get the impact of this thing in a photo where there is no perspective to establish size.

NicoleB: Yes, he is.

Joyce-Anne: Interesting. The word just begins to scratch the feeling ...

Momisodes: I am so interested in finding out who made it, what it's made of, etc.

LceeL said...

Tara R: You're welcome - and he is WAY larger than life.

Life with Kaishon said...

That is bark? WOW. I am glad you are going to study it. I love those colors of fall!