Sunday Trees – 347

featuring this year
Trees around Ireland

Along the walk-way to the castle, we found a number of the trees wrapped
in knitted garments. There was a kaleidoscope of colors and patterns.
Blarney Castle
County Cork, Ireland


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17 Responses to Sunday Trees – 347

  1. macjam47 says:

    What fun! These trees are looking great!


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  5. prior.. says:

    I love the art knittings – and wish I could see more in my area –
    fun post

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  6. Renee Espriu says:

    In CA there are some trees that are colorful such as these with crocheted coverings down near Santa Monica. I found them to be wonderful to look at.

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  8. MythRider says:

    Interesting. Nice way to show off one’s talent.

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  9. Libby says:

    Lovely yarn-bombing here.

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  10. shoreacres says:

    It’s called “yarn-bombing” and I’ve seen other examples. One of my reader’s daughters was involved in a project that involved doing the same thing to telephone poles (I think) in the Toronto area. It’s a non-destructive form of grafitti! Here’s a great photo essay from Time Magazine.

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