Monday, April 22, 2013

Wood


When we were walking at the Beavercreek Wetlands I kept coming across all these crazy, wonderful trees where the texture was amazing.  I especially love all of the holes, both natural and insect-made.  The beauty of some of these textures boggles my mind.  If you tried to make something like this it would be impossible.  It makes me a little sad that the size of these photos is limited to the blog because they look great blown up really big.  Maybe some day I will print them coffee-table book size...but for now the blog will have to do.

"Grace fills empty spaces, but it can only enter where there is a void to receive it." - Simone Weil





3 comments:

Jill akaSHE said...

I love when I find natural designs...these are great!

gina said...

these are wonderful and immediately reminded me of a walk i took and found all kinds of 'wild things' in the logs and branches. i don't normally share links whlile leaving a comment;) but i think you'll love these too, since you just 'saw' all the beauty in yours;) http://www.kiwistreetstudios.com/blog/a-winter-journey-gray-weathered-wood/
xoxo gina

Nessy said...

Gina, there were indeed some wild things hiding in your wood. Your descriptions were lovely and your photos beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I loved it.