1.20.2009

Wordless Wednesday - In the Forest?









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26 comments:

Gabriel said...

Loved your pictures, Dianne, they're really good.

Thanks for your visit and your Linky love as well. Happy WW!

Indrani said...

I am trying to figure out what these are used for. Nice shots!

Joy said...

what are they for? they look interesting!

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dianne - bunny trails said...

I really have NO idea what these are or why they exist. They're constructed at a college downtown and I happened upon them on my way home today. Actually, I missed my turn, because there was too much traffic, so I had to take the long way around. Lo & behold, I discovered these on a corner, parked the van, and went shooting. I found them quite intriguing.

Will said...

Wow! Those are cool. And odd.

A very happy Wordless Wednesday it is for many of us in the World. Let us hope for it being the start of many to come.

Red Lotus Mama said...

Wow .. that is trippy looking! Very cool.

Happy WW! Low Country: http://tinyurl.com/9nknuf

Sara Bonds said...

WOW. These pictures are amazing. I have never seen anything like this. Happy WW!

The Right Blue said...

I know what it is: A study in texture!

Bobbie

Robin said...

How cool. They're almost like a set for a play, but no one is saying which play.

Beth F said...

Very cool! How lucky that you took a wrong turn.

June said...

I was going to ask you what I'm looking at, but I see from comments you don't know. Pretty interesting, whatever it is!

Liz said...

Kinda spooky, especially the first picture!

Robyn Jones said...

These are cool pictures! I think I would like to take a walk here..Do they ever get leaves?

carrie said...

when it first loaded on the screen it looked like hair from someone flipping their head over.

But yeah, those are some weird structures!

Jennifer said...

Love the photos! Is this at CC? I have not ever seen them before.

melinda said...

i gotta say..the picture is cool..it almost looks like a walk through maze type of thingy...hows that for technical? haha
thank you for sharing.

Amber @ ClassicHousewife said...

How creepy cool!

Jim said...

OMGosh Dianne! I wonder what this looks like in the late spring when the foliage grows back! It is sooooo neat.
Happy BD. Today is like seeing old friends after being gone for a while. :-)
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Jim said...

Oooops, I meant 'Happy WW!' I had BD on my mind after leaving my blog.
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JasonsLifeNotes said...

It kinda looked like the huts of the Bushmen in the Kalahari. Wonderful

Nikowa@KHA said...

COOL!

SuperAngel said...

wow! that is really neat!

I hope we both get our spring early! :)
Miss Amanda
The Daily Planet

Tink *~*~* said...

Wow, those are so weirdly wonderful. And there are nooks for a little person to hide... no fair, why do we have to grow up?

:)

Twin Reflections In The Sky at My Mobile Adventures *~*~*

Tink *~*~*

Sara Bonds said...

I am not sure if you are into blog awards or not, but I have awarded you as a Fabulous blogger here ->

http://subjectivebeauty.blogspot.com/2009/01/your-blog-is-fabulous-award.html

I am not a big fan of the rules to accepting blog awards, but I guess we have to keep passing it on.

Beth@Pages of Our Life said...

Hee Hee I am laughing at your comment poem. These pictures are great. I think I have seen something like this before. Makes you look differently at "twigs" doesn't it? :)

Erica said...

Cool shaggy trees. ;-)
Great shots. :)

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