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I suppose that some people might find fairies a bit too 'woo-woo' or 'purple'. But... If I had a truckload of extra money I would be tempted to FedEx you all one of these fairies blasting giant dandelion seeds all over the place.

http://www.demilked.com/wire-fairy-dandelion-sculptures-fantasywire-robin-wight/

Paul, what are your thoughts on metal sculptures?





 
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Hello Luke,

Have you seen this forum?
http://www.permies.com/t/38176/financial-strategy/broken-tools-converted-yard-art#300150

Paul talks about using art to provide geographic locations to facilitate talking about different parts of a piece of property.
 
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Those are beautiful, Luke......thanks for posting!
 
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Jake Parkhurst wrote:Hello Luke,

Have you seen this forum?
http://www.permies.com/t/38176/financial-strategy/broken-tools-converted-yard-art#300150

Paul talks about using art to provide geographic locations to facilitate talking about different parts of a piece of property.



Yup! Thanks for posting this link, Jake, because I'd posted the same fairie dandelion art there!
 
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