Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Wednesday Vignette, circles

Today's vignette features photos taken across the street from the garden we visited in yesterday's post.

I was mesmerized by the patterns within each circle and the patterns the circles made all stacked together.

What a fantastic garden feature a wall like this would make.

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12 comments:

  1. You always notice the most interesting details. I look forward to seeing your Fling photos - whenever you get around to posting them.

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    1. I imagine I'll start working them in soon...it just might take awhile to get through them all!

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  2. A variation on a bee hive. What are these things, and what is holding them together?

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    1. Like others have said I think they're core samples...and there might be a bit of mortar? It's hard to tell.

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  3. I am guessing these are core samples. Mark used a pair of these as art objects once. He stood them on end and divided the top into four quadrants. On one core he filled in two quadrants with gold leaf and with teal pastel on two quadrants on the other sample. I loved them. This takes sampling to a whole other level. Or maybe these are just thin pieces as opposed to core sample which are about a foot thick.

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    1. I love the description of Mark's artwork, that sounds fabulous.

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  4. They look so cool! Are they thinly sliced concrete circles or chunky ones stacked together?

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  5. Great wall, like chavliness I wonder if anything besides gravity is holding them together.

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    1. I believe I spy a bit of mortar.

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  6. My first thought was that they were core samples. They sure make a groovy wall.

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    1. A friend has similar shapes along a pathway in her garden. She said they were drilled the bits for vases in a grave-marker. If that's what these are that's a lot of grave-markers...

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