Here in the midwest, there is not a lot of sculpture around. You have the occasional old building gargoyle or the lions on the concrete steps up to the older houses so I was amazed when I saw this one the other day. I rode around the block trying to find where I could park so the I could see it up close. I knew eventually I would be able to use it and sure enough, Frank, of Dutch Goes the Photo, has given us a sculpture prompt for the TPC.
It stands 20-25 feet high with a large metal sign making it a good 30 feet total height. And it is totally carved from an old tree that probably died where it once graced this lovely home.
The home is now home to Freedom Homes Ministries, a place to help those who need a second chance at life.
Remember, there are many times we all need a second chance to start over. God gives us a new chance every morning, so smile and be thankful for all the love he gives us and share it with others. The kindness and love you share spreads out like ripples on the water, so throw those pebbles of love often and watch them spread out bumping into other ripples creating a sea of love and kindness.
8 thoughts on “Tuesday Photo Challenge, Sculpture”
Great capture for the sculpture theme and I am
For second chances too
Love when they carve trees into something beautiful instead of just cutting it all down. 😊
Love the sculpture and the thought you tied to it. I am a great believer in second chances. And third, fourth, fifth…
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There is a quote I should put on 1liner that says – I have given God every reason to walk away from me, yet he holds me close.
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I like the sculpture. It speaks a lot of unspoken words. ❤
And it's good to know of the place that welcomes people in need of second chance.