Tag: Sculptures

All Dressed up at Coulon Park!

On my weekend walk at Coulon Park I found the stony walkers all dressed up for Labor Day in honor of our essential workers. Here’s what they wore on Memorial Day in case you wondered. The maple trees have also started changing into their… Continue Reading “All Dressed up at Coulon Park!”

Whimsical Iron Sculptures at Mt Rainier

Not far from the Longmire entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park you’ll pass the Recycled Spirits of Iron Sculpture Park. Don’t. Be sure and stop to wander the grounds among the whimsical sculptures, the creation of Dan Klennert. He shares his wonderful creations with… Continue Reading “Whimsical Iron Sculptures at Mt Rainier”

St Patrick’s Day Walkers

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the stony walkers at Coulon Park! ~ Susanne

Finding Red in Washington

Who doesn’t love red?  Not me.  So I went looking through my archives and came up with lots of red from travels in my home state, ‘the other Washington.’ SEATTLE I saw this one day as I was walking to the Sculpture Park downtown… Continue Reading “Finding Red in Washington”

More Favorite Sculptures

I like finding art in public places, especially quirky sculptures. I took the picture below in Washington DC many years ago, but we also have one of these in Seattle. If I have to tell you what it is you’re not as old as… Continue Reading “More Favorite Sculptures”

A Walk through Fairhaven and Western Washington University

Call me sentimental. But last week’s road trip to Bellingham was a walk back in time. It started when we headed north from Seattle,  passing through the daffodils of the beautiful Skagit Valley. (Tulips are up next in the Valley and that needs another… Continue Reading “A Walk through Fairhaven and Western Washington University”

Looking for Red

The snow is beautiful but after days and days of cold and white I thought I’d go looking for Red,  in this week’s photo challenge from Travel with Intent. I found it first in a pot of flowers, that brightened up Benji in the… Continue Reading “Looking for Red”

What is it? Unlikely You’ll Know

While walking down a garden trail I saw from a distance a great beehive, the largest one I’d ever seen. ‘Those bees were surely clever to have made such a home,’ I thought. ‘Highly unlikely,’ I realized as I drew nearer for it indeed… Continue Reading “What is it? Unlikely You’ll Know”

Gray and Red in Seattle

I always thought Petula Clark had it right, “when you’re alone and life is making you lonely you can always go.. downtown!” I liked the song back in the sixties and even then as a kid I’d hop on a bus downtown for 20… Continue Reading “Gray and Red in Seattle”

I Like Sculptures

I don’t know much about art, but I like sculptures the best, especially the quirky ones that dot the landscape of our cities. Here are a few favorites from some of my recent travels across the USA. I found this humble Iron, my favorite… Continue Reading “I Like Sculptures”

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