Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Farm Photo 2/19/08: Eco Art Or Washed Up Junk?


Depends On How You Look At It

I rarely get out to museums or galleries anymore, but I still love to see art. Fortunately it's everywhere you look around here - even in a piece of old wood that washed up from the creekbed one year during a particularly bad storm.

Want to see more farm art?
8/28/05: Discard On Display
9/26/05: Well Seasoned
9/29/05: Heart Of Vine
11/27/05: More Found Art
12/15/05: The Weathered Look Is Very In Around Here
1/29/06: Bird Nests Are Definitely Works Of Art
3/30/06: More Old Stuff Just Hanging Around
8/9/06: Feather Wait
8/29/06: Seeing Things
9/16/06: The Farm Is My Canvas
9/29/06: Perfect Landing
11/19/06: Farmyard Still Life
1/6/07: Precious Farm Jewels
12/15/07: Still Life With Barbed Wire & Buck Brush
1/27/08: Fence As Farm Art

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11 comments:

  1. And with the snow and the shadows, it looks like it's on display just for all of your readers. :)

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  2. Loved all your Pics. Isn't it neat when you can see the art in ordinary things!?!?!?!

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  3. No, no, no, it is neither art nor junk. It's clearly a Rorschach. I see... a beautiful eagle in flight being ridden by a caped elf with a cleaver over his shoulder. Yeeeeah.

    Farmgirl, I have just discovered your world and spent HOURS reading old stories and admiring pictures (and crying over some of the sad animal stories). I love it! Thank you for sharing this with us!

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  4. FG that is wonderful! I love the big sculpture effect of this picture. Real life is the most beautiful art

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  5. I couldn't agree more! Being a farmer's wife and photographer myself, I find the most beautiful things to take pictures of right out my front doorstep.

    I love your blog! I'm a newbie fan that plans on sticking around a while!

    Thanks!

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  6. Crazy that the big old thing washed up in your smallish creek bed!

    Pretty!

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  7. LOVE your website. I live in Iowa, have been in the midst of lambing season and wondering if there are any other people in the world like me!! It's been a rough winter and your pictures of sheep and their sweet faces have reminded me why I love animals. Thank you for sharing - it's an inspiration.

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  8. Farmgirl, I truly love discovering all the sites on your farm. Thank you for sharing all the photos.
    I just noticed at the bottom you say "and we're not snowed in any more". There's more coming, you know. I'm ready for spring.
    Linda in St. Louis

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  9. That is definitely a still life... Ansel Adams has nothing on you! (I especially love the little footie prints...)

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  10. I am taking a break while the "twins" are sleeping. Oofta, baby goats are demanding! Anyway, I love driftwood and that one piece in the snow is awesome - great picture, great natural art! How great that you could see it and share it with us!

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  11. You could probably make a pretty penny selling that big hunk of wood for a big aquarium. People will pay a lot for a good looking piece of driftwood. Especially if it's from a hardwood tree.

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