#WordlessWednesday – Wood Carving Mysteries

Wordless Wednesday – Let your photo’s do the talking!

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19 thoughts on “#WordlessWednesday – Wood Carving Mysteries

    1. It is a great carving Hugh, we came across him whilst walking near Loch Lomond, although the water in the distance, I believe is Loch Long. But he was sat there with no explanation, but looks like he’d been there many years and there also looks to have been a plaque, but no longer there. I did a little digging and found this picture from Trip Advisor with a plaque, although I cannot read it.
      https://images.app.goo.gl/WDkeWSwsLuTTg3Rt9

        1. Yes I tried zooming in too, but it was too blurred. Oh the wood carving you shared is beautiful, the artists are amazing. We come across quite a lot of wood carvings on our walks, with no explanation. They are so very clever.

  1. Always wondered how poor Pinoccho’s days ended. Clearly he lost his super-long nose! I shall now imagine him sitting at water’s edge, sharing his adventures with little Scots lads and lasses, until he slowly took root and joined the landscape.

    Thank you, April, for fueling my mind with new images to a treasured old story!

    Thank you Sam, for finding such objects to share & encourage discussion!

    Sometimes the system in different people’s blogs makes it impossible for me to “like” comments. I do wish I could like most or all of them! April’s allows me to do it, while this one, and some others won’t.

    1. Thank you for stopping by, haha I love how peopleโ€™s minds work, Pinocchio landed in Scotland, interesting! I will check on this โ€˜Likeโ€™ business on my blog, but I too have this problem with many blogs. Sometimes it seems I can only leave a โ€˜Likeโ€™ when Iโ€™m in WordPress reader. Thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š

    1. I do too Cathy, we do see quite a lot, there are some very clever artists. Yes he does look like heโ€™s about to pounce ๐Ÿ˜Š

  2. I love this old man sitting on the Loch. I bet he has a few stories to tell. Great craftsmanship as well. Thanks for sharing. BTW when I tried to leave a comment on you blog it wouldn’t accept it and I received a message ‘Invalid Security Token’?? Not sure what that means but it works okay if I come through the WordPress.com site. Have a lovely week. xx

  3. Nice photo Sam. Obviously a fellow traveller who sat to contemplate his travelling life in a perfect location and never moved again. Can think of worse places to be stuck.

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