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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Picasso in the Woods


Long day... I'm going to bed. But, I discovered that a long-lost Picasso masterpiece has been lurking in the woods.

face in beech bark

What? You aren't seeing it? Well, the color has faded over the years. Let me see if I can do some restoration.

face in beech bark

See ya!

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8 comments:

Jean said...

A Masterpiece!

Don't unplug your hub said...

That is even better than Picasso could have done. As Jean has said, a 'masterpiece'.

John said...

Great find. The eye also looks like an Egyptian hieroglyphic :-)

Secondary Roads said...

That's incredible! There it is--hiding in plain sight. Wow!

gallerydarrow said...

I love those eyeball trees too!

Ann said...

I saw it right off. What a clever discovery :)

Sharkbytes said...

Jean- It has actually given me an idea.

John- I've seen some of these odd faces that do seem more Picasso than the real ones, but I'm not sure this one makes that grade!

Hi John- yes... I felt like I was being watched.

Chuck- I looked up and discovered the tree was looking back!

ro- gives new meaning to "the watcher in the woods"

Ann- Good job!

RNSANE said...

Poetic Shutterbug and I recently went to the Picasso exhibit in San Francisco. We didn't love it. I'm more a fan of the Impressionists. But you are amazing.

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