After The Great Pine Tree Roof Crash of February 2017, we're finally seeing some light at the end of the tunnel as it relates to us getting things back in order and back into place. Some things are finding new places. Like the cow skull. I think I like him there. And Phin, you can stay there too, I reckon. #regrouping#mycatphineas#pinetreesarebad#freshstartsaregood
These lil flowers are going buckwild in my back yard.
Taken over the fence.
I've got some really interesting and yet famaliar woods for #figurefriday. I found some really beautiful local hardwoods today in the form of walnut and sycamore. Growing up I saw and heard of sycamore trees quite a bit. So much so that there was an area near my childhood home called Sycamore Shoals Historic Site that was inhabited by various Native Americans peoples since before colonists came to America. Unfortunately it wasn't until today that I came to know sycamore as a beautiful piece of timber with coloration similar to maple but unique figure I haven't ever seen in most local hardwoods. With the prominent rays, spalting, and even checking I can't wait to tear into these and make some tables out of them.