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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Eyes in the Sagebrush


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13 comments:

Vaquerogirl said...

Love the picture! It is just right!

EvenSong said...

He looks worried that spring might never really happen!

Glenn said...

I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks old car parts make for some incredible art. Great shot!

Sharyn said...

Aggravated Car is aggravated.

Sarah said...

all the old farm implements and cars and trucks that get scattered around pastures...some think of them as junk and garbage, and granted it does get unsightly at times. However, many times I see them more as a western sculpture garden giving homage to the old days. I liked this Wordless Wed. post.

lisa said...

I wonder what happened to the rest of him?

5 Starr's Farm said...

Way Cool.......

wendy said...

That is interesting looking...and eery , all at the same time.

Jeni said...

Love it !!!!! Wish he could tell his story. What places he's seen.

Meryl Jaffe, PhD said...

Great shot. Nature eventually conquers all!

Janice said...

That is kind of a haunting shot. It brings all kinds of things to mind. Is that Colt down below....at first I thought you had a new Roan horse. I think you might have a bit more mud then us....but you don't have the market cornered on unusual weather.I was going to check out that show the first time I saw it on the guide...sounds like I should have.

gtyyup said...

Sarah~Western Sculpture Garden...I'll try to remember that!

Lisa~just over the rise behind the front section is what I believe to be the rest of the car...make/model unknown. It's on the other side of the fence and I didn't have time to go investigate...one of these days...

Janice~Yes...that's Colt disguised as a mud wollerin' hog ;~)

jayayceeblog said...

Great shot ... looks like a giant pair of glasses or binoculars lurking in the brush!

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