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Although this could very well be a picture of me finding a new treasure at a favorite nursery, it's actually an illustration by David Catrow for a children's book called Plantzilla.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Wordless Wednesday - From a Parking Strip in Seattle






26 comments:

  1. Krebs Cycle/Calvin Cycle in a nutshell

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  2. What an interesting piece of sculpture!

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  3. The closer/longer I look, the more I see. The more I see, the more I wonder....

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    1. It's a vicious cycle that thinking thing.

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  4. Crutches in art... What innovative, thoughtful work---the sentiments very PNW :) I like it.

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    1. Perhaps you could use that pair of crutches in your own home to make a statement in your garden?

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  5. Interesting, a little odd. I'm left wondering about the materials (crutches and a bed frame?), where was this found? Outside a hospital?

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    1. What can one say about it? It is what it is.

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  7. This is certainly thought-provoking! Which thoughts, I do not know yet...

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    1. I had a thought once but forgot it. The reason I'm so happy - no brain, no pain.

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  8. Is this a statement against mulch volcanoes?

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    1. I though maybe it was saying that you shouldn't bolt things to the roots of your trees or they'd get sick. On the other hand Seattle's air is full of pot smoke now that it's legal so maybe that urbanist breath thing has to do with that.

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  9. Well, I suppose it protects the tree from getting bumped.There must be a joke in there about a bumper crop but I'll spare us...

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    1. Chortle! Don't knock 'em till you xylem?

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  10. It looks like a very creative place to tether bicycles.

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  11. Only the one tree was so embellished/protected? I wonder if a larger installation is planned?

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    1. Interesting point. I'll have to go back and check!

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