scenes seen through one artist's eyes
Oh hey, before I forget, many thanks for adopting those back posts, they are infinitely grateful to have been saved from oblivion...from being washed away by the deluge... now, as for today's axe scene, hmm, should we be getting a little worried ??? Hope those tools haven't done in any raccoons or anything... is that red stain on the big axe just paint ??? And what does the rope draped over it all mean ??? Odd things going on here for sure...Oh boy, and Monty Python to boot ! You are too much ! Now... I'm a bloggerjack and I'm OKI blog all night and I sleep all day...
Owen the Bloggerjack! That's hilarious! Made me LOL.Pierre assures me that no raccoons were harmed in the making of his assemblage/installation piece. But I'm still pondering the underlying message, a little nervously.BTW-a girl at my place of employ told me her father recently shot a raccoon that was raiding the hummingbird feeder and left him for dead on the front lawn! (He lives in another county, on the other side of the river, I'm happy to say).I'm sorry to see that you've fallen off the raccoon wagon. I guess I'm a bad influence. ;=}
A destination for the axe-idental tourist?
Driftwood: yet another display of sharp wit!