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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Wordless (ha) Wednesday

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N. C. Museum of Art's newest sculpture.
We watched as the cement display pad was installed.
A few days later we saw this,  to me it resembles two finger tips touching


This is the plaque describing it.
What a great name for an artist!!

Longleaf Pine note the difference in the pine needles on the taller trees...just regular pines, behind it
It isn't too far from the above sculpture on the 
NC Museum of Art Campus


25 comments:

  1. we agree... two fingertips... but to touch the fingers not with your fingers is something special LOL

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  2. Hmmm, we quite like the sculpture, but we like the sculptor's name even more!
    Gail is wondering which part of this post is 'wordless'!
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  3. The sculpture does look like two fingertips touching! What a beautiful and very soft looking Pine.

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  4. It really does look like fingertips.

    The Florida Furkids

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  5. Love the fingertips touching. It's beautiful. Love the plaque too. Happening in so many places.

    I've never seen that kind of pine before. Very unique.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Big hug. ♥

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  6. We like your interpretation of the sculpture better than what is on the plaque. That pine tree is so cute. We hope one day it will be as towering as the one's behind it.

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  7. That one is very nice and very clever!

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  8. The little pine looks so floofy! I like your perception of the sculpture. So true what he says about Kansas rural areas, rural in Missouri, too. Sad.

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  9. I just don't understand sculptures. XO

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  10. I prefer the pine tree, it is so cute. no comment on the art!

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  11. Beautiful photos, what a lovely day, art and nature!

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  12. I'm curious how the two pieces stay connected; or if it's one solid sculpture

    cool pine; don't see those here !! :) ♥♥

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  13. What an interesting piece of art...I agree with your "fingers touching" description....

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  14. You sure have some interesting things to see where you live!

    Love the little pine tree! We have an Austrian pine in our back yard. It has long needles, but not as long as the one in your picture.

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  15. We think it’s two paws touching. :)

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  16. Art is to make a person think, and this sculpture is intriquing!

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  17. That is a very interesting pine tree - the needles look very long!!!

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  18. I love that art! And the special pine tree. Both are beautiful!

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  19. I see a couple of those big pink erasers in the first picture and a plastic, wall mounted paper towel holder in the second one. Strange, where our minds go...

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  20. Wow cool sculpture and the Long Leaf pine is awesome!

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