Metal scrap owl

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  1. Petronius

    Petronius Young Pine

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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    I'd never have the imagination to make something like that out of scrap metal. Looks good!!
     
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    @eileen, I think it is quite clever how the reverse side of an iron could be used for art.
     
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    @Petronius that owls good the way they've used the metal...it's weird but we have wooden doors in our home and imprinted in the bathroom door is an owl...I don't know if it's been trapped in the resin of the trunk.

    The owl is actually showing in the bare bark...how these insects have got stuck.

     
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