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Guess who Carved this Driftwood?


It's the work of wood worms!

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23 comments:

  1. OOOh 'Nature's little artists'... lovely... x Julie

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  2. Wow. Great artist.
    Beautiful post Maya.

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  3. That is so beautiful I'm currently battling powder post beetles on a piece of antique Danish furniture and I might not be upset if the end result of their damage left such carvings. Instead I get sawdust and holes in the wood.

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  4. Very cool, and very beautiful!

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  5. Yes....I knew right away.
    We used to buy the stuff all the time for decor.


    My wednesday sketch post is HERE if you'd like to stop by to view.

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  6. Gosh, who knew that worms were so artistic?

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  7. I have to say I think this driftwood is kinda pretty. Nature provides us with a lot of beauty if we would just look for it.

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  8. That's amazing! Pretty creative worms I would say. :-)

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  9. Those pieces are astonishing! It's almost as if they consciously carved distinct patterns. I also like the driftwood I sometimes find with holes bored through them by certain mollusks; those look like wood lace to me.

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  10. Oh the artistry of a simple worm.
    T

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  11. worms are artistic. I just followed your blog.

    Snow no More for Outdoor Wednesday.

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  12. Seriously?! WOW!!!! Amazing!!

    There's a log in the forest at the dog park that has a K carved into it -- I thought that was pretty cool, till I saw these pieces of driftwood!!

    Kelly

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  13. Wow that is so incredible. Truly a work of nature's work! :)

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  14. Wow! Who knew wood worms were so artistic?

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  15. You pay extra for driftwood with worms holes. Amazing. I have seen some like that but never like the one in the front. It looks like fireworks.

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  16. Unbelievable! What a great photo. Thanks for sharing it with us. Have a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

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  17. Thank you for stopping by! Your post really caught my attention because your are my mother's name sake! The name is a bit unusual so it always catches my attention :-)
    I really liked both of your blogs! Looking forward to more visits.

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