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DAY 2 - "Carved in Wood"

  • Posted May 18, 2010 by Brenda Nelson Viewed 4887 times

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The second set in a series called “Wood, Stone & Water”: “Carved in Wood”; “Written in Stone”; and “Washed in Water”

Etched years ago on an old farm tree

Carved into a bench overlooking the Grand Canyon

“JT loves TT” on the slat of a river bench

Reminders of all the lovers who hiked this trail!

“Featured Photo” on May 23, 2010

“1 year today, May 24” on a resting bench in a park

My apologies for not posting a “Tuesday Inspiration”, but I had already begun this little series!

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    • # Kerri

      Oh I just love the carvings in the tree. It reminds me of the book The Giving Tree. :)

      2010.05.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Kelly Lamaster

      5 is so powerful for me. Just thinking about who carved it and what might have happened, who they might have lost and what that place meant to them...

      2010.05.25 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Marsha

      Oh, dear, I must have missed this one....probably on the road when it was up. Anyway....congrats, Brenda, on getting FP.....super set!!!

      2010.05.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ray

      Okay now. This is becoming a routine with you two! Very nice post. Congratulations Brenda!!

      2010.05.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lynn

      CONGRATS on the FP!!! You deserve this honor Brenda...WELL DONE :))

      2010.05.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Moira

      The one I didn't comment on Brenda as I thought the same as UNCLEDODO.
      But never-the -less you'll be happy with your FP.

      2010.05.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sadhya Rippon

      I love these pics. Makes me wonder what happened to all those romances! Congratulations on fp. Well deserved.

      2010.05.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Beth

      such a simple idea with great results. this is a wonderful series of pictures.

      2010.05.22 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sara G

      Interesting what one can find on old trees! In the woods on my cousin's place my dad put his initials years ago..I liked standing in that same spot he did..however, from a logical standpoint, they should not dig into a tree too deep, the water goes in the holes and causes it to rot and lets in the destructive beetles..We had to cut up a huge limb that fell from our old Elm tree because the tree trimmer didn't treat the hold properly 17 years ago..anyway, great post!

      2010.05.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Eiram


      Isn´t it amazing? Who were these people? Where are they now? So many questions...

      I love this idea for a set very much! May I borrow it? :)

      2010.05.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Yokai

      Nice set!! To be artistic or to be criminal, that is the question...(^-^)

      2010.05.18 Edited Reply Cancel