Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Project Green #4

This is a contribution to Project Green. Go to Anna Pics to join the fun.

I thought this Green was hard to find something distinctive. I feel this met my criteria. Meet mister and misses tree in Green Ivy. Al Green tells how they feel.

This is the misses
and this is the master. Aren't they adorable.

15 comments:

Old Wom Tigley said...

These are stunning.. I will send this link to a friend of ours.. she is well into her trees.

Stacey Huston said...

Great post. Anna should be so proud! these really are great trees

JunieRose2005 said...

WOW!!! These are WAY COOL!!

Are they yours?



Junie

Lacey Lichi said...

Those are hysterical! And very cool, and definitely green!

Gina said...

Wonderful examples of greenery! Someone's very clever at carving - gorgeous :O)

Carletta said...

Fishing Guy: Where did you find these? Are they actually carved in the trees or plaques put on and the ivy allowed to grow around it.

I ask because I have seen plaques.

david mcmahon said...

Fascinating choice of shots. Well done!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Those carvings are special. Really nice work.

fishing guy said...

Hi All: These are very close to home and I will check to see if they are part of the tree. I'm fairly sure they are.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

That's really neat... cool!

Peter Parrott said...

These are very nice, good skill to do that.
I am sat in Tom's right now, drinking coffee and talking as we do. I do not get chance to type often. I find it hard but I am getting better. Tom says my fingers are two fat... I clip him for that.
Thank you for keep visiting me. I am sorry I do not get back to you more often. Tom shows me your pictures and your blog.
PP

CAROLYN said...

I LOVE them! I want some in my yard too! Too cool :D

Cris said...

Those are interesting! Those are my fingers in the wellies! :-)

Sher said...

How wonderful, trees that celebrate matrimony! Thanks for stopping in at my place!

Mike "Hawk" Huston said...

Great photos brother, I love the carvings, reminds me of the trees on the Lord of the Rings... Hawk