• We were walking around the Center for Urban Horticulture & Union Bay Natural Area behind it. We found this wire hand sculpture just standing on a rock. I picked it up and took pictures of it in different places, and I liked this one the best. Nice to hear from you!


  1. Love your blue series, Lynn. I especially love that rusty car, the strings, the door jamb, the Texaco sign and the reflection with the train tracks. Well, I guess that makes nearly all of them. 🙂


    • The strings on the fence were at a farm I happened on while driving a back road somewhere around here, but I haven’t been able to remember where it was. They kept llamas there, and they were very dirty, but had great expressions. Why someone tied all those colorful strings to the fence I don’t know, but I love it. Thanks Louis.


  2. Growing classic from the sculpture park. I was shocked a few months ago when I visited for the first time since the park was brand-new. Although I still find certain elements of the park lacking, I can’t deny it has aged nicely with the mature plantings.


  3. Not only are the photos wonderful but the juxtaposition of them is very much leading the eye through color and form. I love the string and the rusted car ones especially, but they are all a treat for the eye. Bravo!


  4. Wow! Like is far too mild a word! Next time I’m at my parent’s place, I must take the camera for a walk up to the truck graveyard! There won’t be as much moss as in the PNW, but I’m inspired. What wonderful colour and texture.


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