Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Art hearts

Found this near a jogger's trail. The stone hearts twined around a utility pole, their spiral leading to a blue glass bottle stuffed with a feather and some now-dry flowers.


Dick the Boomer said...

It's amazing and reassuring someone would take the time to do this, and then leave it. Now it's been duly recorded & posted on the internet.

Unknown said...

Oh my, I think it must be a clue or a mutated crop circle. Stay far away so you can continue my tutoring (the practice incidentally aas not been impacted by the cell phone incident, which may have been channeled by this work).

MB said...

You FOUND this? That's so cool. No matter the true story, I love the idea of someone leaving such a thing for someone else to find.

Dave MacIntyre said...

Nice find!

raindog said...

interesting. you've obviously got more attractive utility poles than we do. i doubt heart-shaped rocks wrapped around our standard steel and concrete would have been as captivating.

nice find.

MjM said...

But, she'll never break, never break, never break, never break
This heart of stone
Oh, no, no, this heart of stone

Lori Witzel said...

Yep, I really did find it.
Ain't life grand?

(Refugee, no worries -- I always travel with a hoodoo-safe clean suit. So, where are my forks?)

Was driving into downtown Austin and caught a glimpse of something blue-and-white on the lower part of a utility pole. Never saw it before, and on my way back pulled in to a parking area to get a better look.

Wow. Somebody was full of spiral paint magic alright.

kasturi said...

Aw, I LOVE this one! (I should say, I 'heart' this photo!)

Zhoen said...

I do love found art.