Weird Wonderful Wordless Wednesday Whatzit

Wild Rumpus at Tower Hill - babsjeheron © 2021 Babsje (https://babsjeheron.wordpress.com)

Wild Rumpus Stickwork at Tower Hill – babsjeheron

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This post is prompted by the ever-inspiring Lens Artists Tina, Amy, Patti, and Leya, all of whom encourage the community of photographers and writers.

This week’s Lens Artist challenge comes from Ann-Christine. The topic is Weird and Wonderful. What do you think? Is Patrick Dougherty’s installation not weird and wonderful?
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Please click the links below to see the beautiful offerings from the Lens Artists.
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From Leya Lens Artists Weekly Photo Challenge 171: Weird and Wonderful .
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From Patti Lens Artists Weekly Photo Challenge 171: Weird and Wonderful .
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From Tina Lens Artists Weekly Photo Challenge 171: Weird and Wonderful .
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From Amy Lens Artists Weekly Photo Challenge 171: Weird and Wonderful .

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Folks, now that some areas are opening back up, please consider supporting your local Arts communities – whether music, theater, crafts, visual arts venues, and others. All have been impacted over the past year and a half and they need your love more than ever.
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Natick Center Cultural District logo

Natick Center Cultural District

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The Natick Center Cultural District is situated in a friendly, classic New England town hosting a vibrant, contemporary fusion of art, culture and business. Learn more!

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My brick & mortar presence in Massachusetts dates back to 2009 in several local venues/galleries.

Please watch this space for news of my upcoming Winter 2022 gallery show.

TCAN – The Center for Arts Natick
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Natick Town Hall
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Five Crows Gallery in Natick
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Audubon Sanctuary
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Be a fly on the wall! Please CLICK HERE to see the Great Blue Herons gracing the gallery walls.
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Remember: Walk softly and carry a long lens.™

May the Muse be with you.™

The Tao of Feathers™

© 2003-2021 Babsje. (https://babsjeheron.wordpress.com)

Great Blue Heron, TCAN, Five Crows, Stickwork, Patrick Dougherty

Posted on October 27, 2021, in # Lens-Artists, Art, daily prompt, Fine art, Inspiration, Landscape, Nature, Photography, Wildlife Photography, Wordless Wednesday and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 28 Comments.

  1. Dear Babsje,
    really weird and wonderful! 👍
    Great editing, we like the colours and the dynamics.
    With love ❤ ❤ from the wild sea
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. Wild and wonderful it is, Babsje! Love the setting and colours too!

  3. for a second I thought this was a natural formation but realized it’s some human attempting to emulate Natures diversity.

  4. This Stickwork is creative and wonderful, Babsje!

  5. Interesting display, Babsje! Thanks for sharing.

  6. I’d never even heard of stickwork. This is amazing.

  7. It certainly is! I like the name Wild Rumpus Stickwork too.

  8. The photo is amazing. I’ve never seen natural stickwork like that.

  9. Tarot of the Missing

    Very cool!

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