Cross From the Heart



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Tex ~ Good Fences #3

51 comments:

  1. Linda e triste foto! beijos,chica

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  2. Oh that is a nice shot with a lot of meaning. Hug B

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  3. I love this! So cool when people take old stumps and make them into something beautiful!!!
    Good Morning Terri! Visiting you this morning from Good Fences.. : )

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  4. Wonderful use for leftover lumber. A real eye pleaser and soul easer.

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  5. Had it been cut out with anything but a chainsaw it could be good. It looks like a rush job to me.

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  6. It's always nice to see a tree stump serving another purpose :D)

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  7. Aw, that touched "my" heart - great photo!

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  8. the title is PERFECT... love this

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  9. wow! neat find! from the heart of the tree, for sure.

    thanks for linking up!!

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  10. That's very cool! Great picture, Terri.

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  11. Fascinating photo, Terri. Who did the carving?

    And good fences do make good neighbours, as Robert Frost observed. If you don't keep your fence up, your neighbour might take affiance. (Or is that offence?)

    Blessings and Bear hugs.

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  12. A rugged beauty.Was it cut from the tree it is standing on?

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  13. HI Terri Love the simplicity of that wooden cross and great fence behind it.

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  14. Such a simple yet profound statement.

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  15. I'll bet there's a story behind that cross.

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  16. Great rustic cross! It would be so sweet on a grave, even a pet's grave.

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  17. strong and secure cross....it speaks volumes to me....

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  18. Really interesting! I wonder if it was carved from this tree, is it attached, or maybe carved from some other wood and is just sitting there. It is really wonderful.

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  19. Nice composition is thought-provoking.

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  20. Love it! A beautiful wooden cross! Great shot! Have a happy day and weekend ahead!

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  21. Cool! I will have to tell Hubby. I just have never thought of that.

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  22. Hi Terri. What a great photo. Congrats on winning Connie's giveaway!

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  23. Very nice! I wonder what it was carved with?

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  24. Thought provoking. Who carved that and why?

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  25. very cool! hope you had a great day!

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  26. What a pretty, rustic cross. Bet it's heavy!

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  27. A beautiful and intriguing shot! Makes you wonder....xo Karen

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  28. What a great photo. The Cross is really neat looking.

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  29. Your photos always inspire. Thank you for that, Terri.

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  30. Almost looks like it's destined to be a memorial of some sort. Neat picture.

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  31. I love the cross! great photo

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  32. I can clearly see the chainsaw markings on this lovely memorial.

    Great capture!

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  33. Hi Terri, How are you? Hope you are enjoying this wonderful spring weather. I certainly am --although there's TONS of year work calling my name!!!!

    Love your 'heart' on that stump.... NEAT!!

    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  34. I see flowers on the back side of the stump. This just has to be a rustic memorial marker. Lovely photo.

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  35. A beautiful memorial?? Carved with heart and love!!

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  36. Oh wow! Where did you find that?

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  37. Wishing you a happy Sunday!
    xo Catherine

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