Sunday, August 01, 2010

Sunday Stills...Graffiti



Hickory Tree Field


Instead of concrete and railroad cars...


This could have been quite a challenge in our neighborhood. We do live near a city with a bit of a problem with it, but right here...well, not so much.




However, the boss gets creative with the markers when he is keeping track of which field is put up in the ag bags and this year was no exception.


He is quite the artist isn't he?

Bird Graffiti

And so was this little bird (thanks to Alan for tipping me off to all this good stuff)



For more Sunday Stills....

19 comments:

Ed said...

LOL! You get the creative prize this week..Well done..:-))

Floridacracker said...

Neat!
Cute bird graFEETi!

Shirley said...

To an artist the whole world is a canvas! Those are some neat line drawings, he has a sense of humor too. Bird tracks are cool!

colleen said...

Awwww how cute are those little bird prints!

-my husband grows cotton- said...

Nice! Love the bluebird from previous post!

~ Sara ~ said...

I LOVED the AG bag "graffiti"!!! made me laugh... :) Well done!

Linda said...

Great job....redneck graffiti!

VioletSky said...

very clever.
love the bird graffiti!

Rev. Paul said...

Threecollie wins the intarwebz this week!

Regular Guy said...

Very creative and good find.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Love the bird tracks..way cool:)

Sarah said...

very fun and creative pictures! I think your grafitti was found in teh most unique place. Definatly no one else got that one!

Ericka said...

that's awesome!

love the little bird footie prints.

we used to have a cockatiel, fred. more than one frosted cake had fred tracks in it. *sigh* i miss fred...

Judy said...

I never thought of seeing graffiti on those bags!! I will have to show this to my husband, he will get a kick out of it. I was getting desperate for my graffiti pics, thought I was going to have to have do-it-yourself graffiti by writing in the dust on one of our pickups!!

threecollie said...

Ed, thanks, desperation will do that. lol

FC, you are the punniest guy I know. Thanks

Shirley, you would never think if you met him that he would draw like that. We always get a kick out of them every year, thanks

Colleen, thanks, I am so glad Alan saved the bit of cardboard so I could photograph it.

MHGC, thanks!

Sara, thanks, he does them every year...sometime very elaborate. I think he has to wait for wagons to unload and gets bored. lol

Linda, thanks, I was grateful for it...never got to town all week

VS, thanks, I was glad my son saved the cardboard or I never would have seen it. My pic doesn't do it justice.

Rev. Paul, lol, thanks

Far Side, amazing what a little mud can do. lol, thanks

RG, thank you

Sarah, I wonder how many guys draw on their bags...thanks

Ericka, hmmm....lol....thanks

Judy, thanks, yours were great! loved the brands. Branding is essentially never done here so the whole concept is pretty cool to us eastern folks.

anne smith said...

I have maps of the fields scattered all over our house. They will draw pics of the driveways so the guys can find their way in and out of the fields. This post is so awesome!!

threecollie said...

Anne, thanks! We use those too, although it is mostly only Alan, Ralph and I who know the fields.

Cathy said...

Dang. That is fun. And I love that after a day's hard work your husband is still having enough fun to give that little bird artist a run for his money.

Pretty tough competition :-)

threecollie said...

Cathy, if you knew him you would be amazed that he does this. Some years he makes drawings that are about life-sized. Besides being fun they sometimes help keep crows from pecking holes in the bag.