Walter Pall's main blog about bonsai and his work with trees from day to day. Lots of good pictures of good trees and lots of valuable information about bonsai.
"These are monsters"Indeed. Firewood with some shoots still attached.
I like how some of the hollows look like faces. Like something out of a fairytale
Looks very inspirative. Reminds me on sculptures by Henry Moore :)
Henry Moore? Which one? Because this one (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Moore) has done nothing of the sort.
Sometimes the holes are very important detail on Moore's sculptures.
You can Googleit for more images:http://www.arcadja.com/artmagazine/en/wp-content/gallery/080725-top-lot/01-henry-moore.jpghttp://edgeofit.com/pratt/Gothard/documents/3626497955.jpghttp://speculumspectator.aurora-publishing.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/Henry-Moore-Reclining-Figure-1939-The-Detroit-Institute-of-Arts.jpghttp://www.bahighlife.com/Media/images/HenryMooreH-5ba209d2-f6eb-4e11-b58c-271192e6269f.jpghttp://www.ago.net/assets/images/554/agoid20057-594.jpg
"Sometimes the holes are very important detail on Moore's sculptures."Agreed. But that still leaves us with the problem of this log (not) being a reminiscence of Moore's work.
"You can Googleit for more images"I did. Haven't found anything of the sort though.
"Haven't found anything of the sort though."You need more visual training :)
Do you think that everything with a hole in it is similar to some Moore's sculpture? "If that be the case", and it's pretty obvious that it is, then, of course, this log could be such a reminder. Then again, so could be something like this: http://img2.photographersdirect.com/img/19309/wm/pd1252788.jpg
"You need more visual training"Post some URLs, so that I can train my eye, please. Not the ones you already posted. No sculpture on those photos is alike this piece of wood.
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