Oh wow, what an amazing work of art! Thanks for hosting! :)
It looks interesting, it's like a big wave. But ... what is it for, for what purpose was it created?Have a fine day, Kathe!
It was created as a work of art. There are artists who make art in the form of a large installation either inside a gallery or outside in nature. If you look up Andy Goldlworthy's work you will understand it better! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Goldsworthy
Thank you, Kathe!
Wow!! It seems so natural! It's so interesting!!!
wow, that is one unusual wave. Love it. :)
That is freaky! Wood-beast.
That is pretty cool looking!
It looks lovely, and so clever.
Those are just stunning.
That is so cool!
That's most unique indeed. Only and artist would think to do something like this. Beautiful. You and your hubby are both artists.Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Love and hugs all around. ♥
WOW, that's pretty amazing!
I like this kind of art! An amazing wave!Thank you for sharing your discovery!Happy WW!
I didn't realize it was an installation until you mentioned it. I stared at the picture in wonder. I read the link and realize this was an expression of the artist's feelings about a wave of COVID. Well expressed! Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com
That's brilliant how very clever :-)Have a barkingtastic week 👍
Wow! That is astounding.
His installation is fabulous! I can't believe that he made 9 waves! They are incredible.
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