Weekly Photo Challenge: Lines

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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12 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Lines

  1. Miriam says:

    Wow, awesome images of lines.

  2. Beautiful pictures. That first picture if you put all the huts together in my opinion looks like Snuffalpogus on Sesseme Street.

    • Haha! Yes, I can see that! And I can relate because my daughter loves watching that show (and so do I)! Thank you kindly, my friend…have a wonderful day!
      Cheers,
      Tyler 🙂

  3. Beautiful. I love those faces at the beginning.

  4. Coming back to this post a second time … so fascinated with the “creatures” in 1st two shots … are these made from pine needles or dried grasses or ??? And are they a regular fixture or temporary art? I have a strong urge to crawl inside and take a nap! I have a friend with a grandson in Portland … they would love to see these … where should they be heading?

    • Thanks for your interest & kind words! These are temporary woven Willow art sculptures. They last for 3-5 years & are whimsical and awe-inspiring to walk around & explore! We were so happy to see this installation in our new town of Hillsboro at Orenco Park. This same artist had a different willow sculpture at OSU campus in Corvallis that was taken down just before we left. We took live cuttings of the remaining sculpture to plant in our yard as a keepsake 🙂 Have a wonderful day, my friend!
      Cheers,
      Tyler

  5. Olga says:

    You’ve got my curiosity sparked also about the first two images. Perfect find for lines. 🙂

    • Thank you kindly, my friend! These are temporary woven Willow art sculptures. They last for 3-5 years & are whimsical and awe-inspiring to walk around & explore! We were so happy to see this installation in our new town of Hillsboro at Orenco Park. This same artist had a different willow sculpture at OSU campus in Corvallis that was taken down just before we left. We took live cuttings of the remaining sculpture to plant in our yard as a keepsake 🙂 Have a wonderful day, Olga!
      Cheers,
      Tyler

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