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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Carved Trees

Who doesn't love a lazy afternoon drive?  

My hubby and I love to just take off on roads we don't know and see what is in store for us to discover.  Driving off the beaten path can bring all kinds of wonderful surprises.
Our car had to stop after a curve in a road we had never driven and what a wonderful find.

This homeowner had to take out several trees out of power lines but instead of just cutting them down they became a series of beautiful carvings.  We don't know if the owner did the work or had it done but whoever the artist was they were incredible detailed pieces of workmanship.

Entrance to the home had this beautiful wood gateway and this detailed bear

I wish my camera had captured the  intricate detail of this 9 foot bear!

This owl is about to make dinner of this squirrel. 

Sneaky panther

Loved this momma or pappa owl with it's family
Hope you enjoyed this great country road with me.  I wonder if we could find it again and take along a better camera.


Make sure you visit as many  blogs who have linked with Susan at A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday  and at Bunny Jean Decor and more to do The Bunny Hop Party as possible, and leave a comment even if short,  I know it makes my day!

 Blessings, Debbie

9 comments:

Bunny Jean said...

Hi Debbie!

Welcome to the Bunny Hop! It is always nice to have someone new join the party.

I really enjoyed looking at the tree carvings. I will now have to browse through some of your previous posts and get to know you :) I will also be your newest follower!

xoxo Bunny Jean

Linda Makiej said...

really cool shots!

Ann said...

Deb love the famtastic Craftsmanship The cat is pretty cool!!!
Hugs ann

LV said...

What an interesting post filled with such wonderful cravings. Someone is very talented. I am like you, if I traveled I would avoid the freeways and take the off roads. Much better to me.

Karen said...

That is amazing, such talent. Thanks for sharing this.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Thanks for stopping by Debbie and your nice comment on my photos. I love taking the back roads when traveling. You never know what you will find. You found some great sculptures made from the trees. Great pictures.
Barb

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

That is just wonderfully amazing art ! We have a chainsaw artist that lives close to us I have never met him but have seen his wonderful work displayed in his yard .

xinex said...

W ow! What talent of whoever carved these trees. Amazing!....Christine

Gretchen said...

WOW!! Those are quite cool! Love finding places like that!! =)