27 May 2013

Logs

Not intended as works of abstract art, but they could be








10 comments:

Claude said...

So beautiful...

Elephant's Child said...

They could indeed - but I would rather see them growing. When they are definitely a work of art.

Syncopated Eyeball said...

That's quite bizarre. Why chop down a tree and then not use it?

Don QuiScottie said...

I think some have been piled up for removal fairly soon, Syncy, although probably not the heavily moss covered ones.

Claude said...

Congratulations! Very exciting to see the new Aileen book on sale. Can hardly wait for son to order it, when he comes on Friday. I haven't yet done this myself, and I don't want to confuse Amazon!

Don QuiScottie said...

Ah, thanks Claude.

Craig said...

It almost looks like they were made ready for collection and then the plan changed? But why... Did the logs fight back? Did a tree lover take exception and take matters into their own hands? We'll never know, but I'd like too. Nice shots btw.

SpilledInkGuy said...

Kind of a, 'more natural / less pre-planned' Andrew Goldsworthy kind of feel to this series... I 'likes' it! :)

Don QuiScottie said...

Thanks Craig and SpilledInkGuy. I will be keeping an eye on them to see if the piles grow or are removed. 'Unthinking Casual' is often a fine form of Art

PerthDailyPhoto said...

This sight would probably make Mr B (our Premier) very happy, were there any 100 year old Moreton Bay Fig trees haha !