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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Wordless Wednesday

 

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One of the many pieces of outdoor art on the Trail at the NC Museum of Art.  I've taken many photos of it but never shared...today is your lucky Day!!  I have words for it but I won't use them. Art is in the eyes of the beholder...  so tell me what do your eyes behold?


26 comments:

  1. Moby Dick? the giant guy Captain Ahab never conquered?

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  2. A naked person without a head or arms! There is a similar sculpture of Eve at the Eden Project in Cornwall but it is made from mosses. I imagine there must be a frame underneath.

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    1. As soon as I commented I realised I had the wrong place. It is in the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
      http://iheartmoss.com/2011/11/moss-maiden-and-giant-heligan/
      There is a sculpture of Eve at Eden, but it is different.

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  3. I saw what looked like some of a horse. It also looks like part of a man.

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  4. Hari OM
    Definitely the backside and legs of a sleeping person; but cleverly set so as to resemble a simple rock formation... one of course wonders what the other side reveals... M or F??? ;~) YAM xx

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  5. My first thought when I saw the photo before I even read your words was it looks like a dead aardvark. I'd like to meet the person that thinks that's beautiful haha

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  6. I see the naked headless horseman!

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  7. Sorta looks like a natural rock outcrop, but there is definitely a rear-end and legs!

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  8. Not a fan. The body is a beautiful thing. Not my body, but many bodies. You are right, art is in the eyes of the beholder.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Big hug. ♥

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  9. We see a person's backside as they are laying on their side but there seems to be no head. We'd like to see what the other side of that sculpture looks like.

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  10. We thought it looked like the back end of a horse???? But those aren't horse feet …

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  11. we seez a teenee tinee black box on sum grazz AND burd free treez !!! ;) ☺☺♥♥

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  12. Everyone else is all wrong! It's definitely a dead upside down manager.

    HI St. Cecilia!! If you want to join in on the scavenger hunt you could easily grab your cellphone & find everything listed & post it in minutes (you have until Halloween for deadline)...the link to the list of 10 is at the top of my blog.

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    1. Spell check change it...not manager but manatee

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    2. Ps...the hunt...can't wait to see what you come up with!

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  13. Cecilia, this is obviously a horse with it's leg, partial tail, he's laying on the rest of the tail and long neck. He's lying on a very uncomfortable stone bed.

    Shoko

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  14. I agree with Shoko-it's a downed horse.

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  15. Well, that is very odd. We do see a resemblance to the body of a human, headless maybe. Mom has no sense of art whatsoever. She might be inclined to say the cement mixer had a mishap:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  16. I also see the lower back half of a naked man

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  17. when I look to the left I see the back end of a horse with his tail. When I look to the right I see the back end of a horse with his leg. Very odd.

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  18. Wells, the bottome half is definitely a man (you can see the legs and feets), butts then from the lower back up, I gets confused. Butts that doesn't take much ☺
    Butts it sure does make you stop and think ~ that must be the point I guess.
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  19. I see the back end and legs of a person. Or a Beluga whale.

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