Word a Week Photo Challenge: Wood (2)

I forgot about this!  We have some beautiful Apple Tree trunks decorating our porch!

Beautiful patterns in the tree trunksWood

Apple tree stumps decorate our porch

Apple tree stumps decorate our porch

Here is my first entry into the ‘Word a Week Photography Challenge’ (Wood)

Here is the link to This Week’s Challenge; Wood

About Barbara

Born in Dublin, living in London with Peter, my two daughters, Wilson our Spaniel & Woordow our Malshih (Shih Tzu-Maltese cross)
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6 Responses to Word a Week Photo Challenge: Wood (2)

  1. Masud says:

    Reblogged this on vizualbusinessbd.


  2. Grannymar says:

    I love wood cuts, Elly has a brother in law who make wonderful bowls from wood. I also like the drift wood, is the top one meant to be a sculpture? I see a man bent over, head in hands balancing on an elbow!


    • Barbara says:

      The driftwood are just that, I keep them cos I like the shapes. We spend a lot of time by the sea, so I have a garden full of oddments. I should really varnish them, as they all eventually become a part of the garden at the moment.


  3. Grannymar says:

    Would oiling them be a better way to preserve them? Jack always put yacht varnish on our front door, but the sun bleached the bottom half white. Nowadays I use teak oil or sometimes baby oil, it seems to work better.


    • Barbara says:

      It might indeed. Yacht varnish is really expensive. I oiled one of my chopping boards and it has kept it beautifully, so that’s probably a great idea. Will let you know


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