Nobody Sees the Blue Carrot
It all started with the bonsai. I went to the Arboretum to take a mental health break and shoot some bonsai trees.
Since it was a nice day, instead of leaving straight away, I took a ride through the Arboretum. I'm so glad I did because I ended up stumbling upon this:
When I saw what was going on here, I knew I had to capture it. How often do we get the opportunity to witness the creation of such an art piece? This piece will live at the Arboretum to be enjoyed for many years to come, but the window to enjoy its creation was only days long. So I knew I had to make time to capture it.
Not day 2 for Glenn, day 2 for me. I don't actually know what day he started or what day he finished, but these are the images from my second day of shooting.
Day 3 - The Finished Piece
This was a longer post, but I hope you enjoyed it. I certainly had a great time watching a great artist at work. If you like Glenn's work, be sure to visit him at his website www.SawAddict.com and send him a message. I'm sure he'll appreciate hearing your thoughts.
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