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Driftwood Caballo

Did you know that Norse mythology states that the first humans were made out of driftwood?  I love learning about different creation stories, and today's post  is a driftwood creation I spotted on the Pasadena City College Campus.  I first learned about these beautiful scupltures on Lime in the Coconut's 2009 post "Driftwood Dreams".  It is phenom and worth a look!
Driftwood :
tablas que flotan en el mar  en español
bois échappé  en français


Ms. Givens said...

My grandad would have loved this! He used to collect driftwood and when he painted, horses were his subject.

Cat & Cricket said...

Love it! Before I let for a little vacation down south.. I gathered tons! of drifitwood here up north.... This is amazing!
Happy New Year to you!

Simone @ Doberman's by the Sea said...

Hi, what an intersting post. I love horses and driftwood!

anita said...

yes, i remember lindas post...did you go b/c you knew the driftwood horse was there? or did you just find it unexpectedly?

small world :)

Sarah B. said...

oh wow, that is cool!

Tess said...

I love this! The beautiful silvery colours...very nice.

Mickey (Michel) Johnson said...

what a beautiful piece. it almost looks lacey...truly very pretty! have a happy new year!!!

Kellie Collis said...

What a lovely work of art! So beautiful! Have a wonderful weekend, Kellie xx

simpledaisy said...

Now that is a serious driftwood "craft!!!"

ps...I am having a give-away on my blog if you have a minute to stop over!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Yes, probably so it is

Seaside Style said...

So beautiful! My driftwood art is on a smaller scale..