Translate

Friday, November 26, 2010

Photohunters: Written


What is written in bark is not always easy to read.
Photobucket
I guess if you want a semi permanence to what is written, a tree is easier than having it written in stone.
Photobucket
Some of what is written in this tree looks like it has been marked through.
Photobucket
I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving and a happy weekend ahead. Click for the home of Photohunters.

19 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting signs there!
Great captures!
hugs
Léia

Sue said...

Definitely a different take on the theme :) Happy weekend and Thanksgiving to you too :)

Mar said...

I am only missing a heart :)
Beautiful take on the theme, Carver!!
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.
written

Life Ramblings said...

you've some interesting shots. have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Randi said...

What a lovely take on the theme!
Happy weekend!

Kate said...

Happy Turkey Day!!

Julie said...

Poor trees :) interesting take on the theme, Carver :)

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving :)

Liz said...

Wonderful shots for the theme.

Have a great weekend!

Liz @ MLC

YTSL said...

An unusual and creative take on this week's theme, Carver. I like it! :)

gengen said...

This is cool and interesting choice for the theme....Happy weekend.

Gizelle said...

Snowing already? Lovely carvings!

upto6only said...

cool take :)

Happy Thanksgiving

Ann said...

Did you crave a heart there? LOl

Kim, USA said...

It looks like a marking. Great capture!
Written

Eden said...

Written on bark! How awesome.

Annie said...

Very cool shots. You have a good eye to spot this. It almost looks prehistoric (or very old) even though it's not.

I've missed a couple of weeks of PH while on vacation but hope to get back into it next week. Hope you're having a great Thanksgiving weekend!

EastCoastLife said...

Interesting writings on bark. If it's done on public trees in Singapore, it is called vandalism. :P

JDeQ said...

It looks as if we both went with shots of people feeling the need to 'leave their mark' somewhere!

Have a great weeeknd.

Rambling Woods said...

at first I thought it was cement.. but it was the tree bark...duh..lol