Saturday, April 5, 2014

Princely Fellow-Camera Critter


April is Poetry Month


Froggie Comes Courtin'
Are You Ready for a Kiss?
Prince of a Fellow!


27 comments:

  1. Thats a nice kind of totem pole. It for sure has some indian features. I like it.

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  2. What a nice artwork is this, made of wood or metal?

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  3. Cute sculpture, the froggie is cute! Thank you for sharing on Saturday's Critters! Have a happy weekend!

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  4. That would look good on my porch.

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  5. A little frog sat on a log
    And said "nobody cares about me"
    Along came a duck
    And said you are wrong
    And gobbled him up for tea
    .
    Author unknown

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  6. HI Interesting. Have a great weekend.

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  7. Love this totem. Love the frog and the fish. Makes me miss Santa Fe! Happy Critter Day!

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  8. Yes, but no tongue, please. Sorry! hehehehehehe

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  9. Totem? Sculpture? What is this thing? I like it, whatever it is. The poor froggie, though - looks like it's been stabbed by some dagger. :)

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  10. Wonderful totem and love the frog ~ great shots for SC ~ ^_^

    artmusedog and carol

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  11. Our oldest daughter would love to have that, she collects frogs.

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  12. It appears he turned into a fish and not a prince. I love the totem pole though. Very colorful.

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  13. I imagine the symbolism from the characters stacked on the totem would be significant. Suspect they have something to do with different clans.

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  14. Wonderful find. I like all the details and how it is painted/colored.

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  15. I love frogs - but not real ones!

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  16. That's a very nice totem pole, like the modern lines to it. I assume there's a story of some sort that accompanies it?

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    1. Kay, I'm sure that there is but I don't have any information on it. I was just enjoying a Canyon Road early morning walk when I saw this lovely piece of art outside one of the galleries.

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  17. This is lovely, is the artist Native?

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    1. I wish I knew! I snapped this photo very early one morning on Canyon Road long before the galleries were open.

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  18. Very beautiful. I'd buy it!

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