Saturday, March 9, 2013

Garden Sculptures

Bill’s sculptures in the main garden at Old Farm have names now; Gull I and Gull II. They looked lovely this winter of  so much snow and cold weather, standing among the plants I leave for the birds to feed on before cutting them back in spring. Old Farm had two feet of snow last month, but these sculptures weathered well since I had Bill mount them on 2” X 4” tall wood spikes driven well into the ground.


 Gull I (in front)


Gull II


 Here are the sculptures in spring, surrounded by blooms.


A side-view of Gull I.



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