November 1, 2014

Amused in Rappahannock County


We drove through Rappahannock County today on an art tour.  This artsy pumpkin was one of the first projects I saw.  By the way, you can see pumpkins and other autumn sights on my October posts

This mailbox was not part of the tour but I liked it anyway.


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  1. Edvard Munch would have smiled if he new what I am looking at now:)
    Creative and FUN!

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  2. What fun to re-create the Scream!

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  3. I like both of these - the cow letter box made me smile!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  4. Sounds like a fun time.. I love the carved pumpkin and the cute cow mailbox.. Happy Sunday!

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  5. I got the biggest kick outta that cow mail box, Linda. Such fun.

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  6. I like the cow mailbox too. :) That pumpkin art looks like more work than I would go to. I would just cut triangles for eyes and a jagged mouth like I always do.

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  7. The pumpkin is quite elegant with the detailed carvings. I also like the mailbox.

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  8. Always like the interpretation of the Edvard Munch painting.

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  9. That pumpkin is surely an art. I like the mailbox too, clever idea :)

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  10. I love that pumpkin! Talk about talent! :o)

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