13 October 2010

Interesting, itchy, art

I was riding home on the bike trail along the river the other day, when I saw this bit of ephemeral botanical art by the side of the path:

I like it, but unless I am very much mistaken, the two inner circles are made from twisted bits of... poison ivy.

Somewhere in town, there is a very, very itchy artist. They'd better invest in some plant ID books if they are planning on becoming the next Andy Goldsworthy

3 comments:

Mary C. said...

that or they have laid a very tichy trap mwuahahahahaha

Potato Queen and Mulch Boy said...

For some reason, all I could think of when I saw this pic was The Blair Witch Project---aaaaiiiiieeee!

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