Saturday, January 10, 2009


There are many things that can be done to beautify your neighborhood and city. Here are the remains of a tree. The large stump provided the raw material for an artist with inspiration. The result is a beautiful image of a Manatee that will last for years.


  1. Hi Bill, good to see a new blog amongst the DP family.
    see hi from Rotterdam to your "opa" from me :)

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  3. I have seen sculptures made out of old trees before. This may not be one of the better examples but it is good to see.

  4. Welcome to the cdp. Trees are very inspirational subjects for artists. Nice observation and image.

  5. This is beautiful. I've linked to you on Monte Carlo Daily Photo today. I remember seeing manatees in the zoo in Columbus, Ohio. Amazing creatures.