Willow Jug House

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Comments (13)

joyfotos on July 25, 2011

Took me a minute...but then this shot clicked! Great treatment here...fits the subject perfectly!

Henry Scoggin on July 25, 2011

Was driving around Waco this weekend, just wanted to get out of Palestine for a while. Stumbled upon these, There were about 6 in all but a couple had collapsed. Limited the shots to just a couple of structures.

sonjamar on July 26, 2011

Interesting,good capture.

L-2

Greetings

Henry Scoggin on July 26, 2011

Thanks sonjamar for the compliment and the L.

♥Fairy♥ on July 30, 2011

It looks like huge coconuts :)

Henry Scoggin on July 30, 2011

LOL they do don't they. The sibn beside them

said that a local artist came up with the idea,

and a group of 400 volentiers helped with the

gathering of the willows and with the construction

until it was finished. Six jugs in all,

about ten feet tall.

♥Fairy♥ on July 31, 2011

They must be a weird sight from a distance:-)

Henry Scoggin on July 31, 2011

When I drove around the corner and first saw them, I wasn't sure what I was looking at. lol

C U latter, henry

joyfotos on October 6, 2011

Hi! Another Pano friend has a shot of sculptures by the same artist. Here is an article telling about how he designed and built the sculptures in Waco.

Henry Scoggin on October 6, 2011

Cool find, I have someone I need to pass this info on too. She and her daughter want to build a small one for a play house.

*Yvonne* on October 28, 2011

This looks interesting

Henry Scoggin on October 28, 2011

Yes, not something that I expected to see when I drove to Waco, Texas.

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Photo taken in Cameron Park, Emmons Cliff Drive, Waco, TX 76708, USA

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  • Uploaded on July 25, 2011
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    by Henry Scoggin
    • Camera: SONY DSC-H5
    • Taken on 2011/07/23 14:05:48
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 6.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO125
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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