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Tuesday, March 01, 2011


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Jane Mitchell

I can't see this day end with no comments on your blog. Therefore, I would like to mention that Carnac in Brittany is older than Stonehenge, but mentioned less often. In your case, it is easier to do word play with the latter.


This is great! I've never seen sculpture from saplings.


These are wonderful! The video was interesting - thanks for including that link. It would be fun to watch him creating these architectural sculptures. I winder how long they stand, or does the elements take their toll on them?


The sign there at the stickwork said the installation would be up for about a year, depending, I'm sure, on how well it holds up under the elements. I was so inspired by the artist that I wrote about him in my blog: http://newfangledangles.wordpress.com/.

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