Art of decay

Art of decay

into wood —
impressions —
the art
of decay.

About tyler4turtles

I am an avid photographer, poet, ecologist, bookworm, blogger, art enthusiast and runner who calls Montana home but lives in Oregon.
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22 Responses to Art of decay

  1. ~meredith says:

    Beautiful coloring… so perfect for the picture.

  2. Gallivanta says:

    It’s a beautiful carving.

    • I’m not exactly sure how they did it, but I couldn’t stop snapping photos b/c it so inspired my eye. I hope you are doing well, my friend. It’s been a wonderful first 9 months blogging on WordPress and I feel very blessed to have creative spirits like you in my life. Keep up the excellent work on your blog & best wishes to you & yours in 2014!
      Tyler 🙂

  3. gabbartrip says:

    That’s beautiful!!

  4. Elisa says:

    ohhhh i really love the porch rail banister thing!!! did you make it? and how?

    • Thank you, my friend! I did not make it, but I thought it was quite a sight to see. These leaf imprints ran along the entire length of the porch railing & were perfect fodder for my camera lens 🙂 I hope you had a wonderful weekend, Elisa!
      Tyler 🙂

  5. Lovely poem. Where is the porch?

    • Thank you kindly, John! The porch is located near Corvallis, Oregon at the Finley National Wildlife Refuge. It’s such a beautiful and awe-inspiring local to visit. If you haven’t been to the Willamette Valley, I highly recommend taking a trip to Oregon. Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend, my friend! I look forward to following your blog 🙂

  6. I do like that porch. 🙂 Do they have other wooden house details here and there?

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