Posted by: notsofancynancy | July 29, 2012

Silent Sunday~One from the Vaults

Bird Art in Anza Borrego

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  1. We loved the prehistoric-looking art in the Anza-Borrego desert. This is one that we did not see, so thanks!

    • We go there every spring for the wildflower show. (Well if they get enough rain) So we were pretty surprised to find so many of these out there in the middle of nowhere! They are awesome. We found the artist in town near the traffic circle. Neat that you can actually buy some of his art if you want it.

  2. Wow! That’s amazing!

    • I know, right. There are so many of them in all different forms of animals it was so much fun finding them in an otherwise deserted desert.

  3. Before I read the caption I thought, “What IS that???” I’m so glad it’s only a sculpture.

    • Just imagine what we thought when we saw them in the desert driving down an otherwise deserted road we had been down many times. And then this! and there are also elephants, horses, cougars, and many others. It was really awesome!

  4. Wow! That is a big bird…nice work of art and talent. Hugs

  5. Love this!

    • I will post more here and there, stay tuned! lol

  6. Cool!


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