Friday, May 18, 2018

Grass trees.. Short back and sides,



I don't think I've ever seen the Australian grass tree styled like this before, will have to check them out periodically to see how they grow.. seen here in Yagan Square . Why do they remind me of Cousin Itt without his hat, can you see it or is it just me :)


Meanwhile the iron cladding on the buildings in the square and the 9mt tall Wirin sculpture are oxidizing together beautifully under the warm/hot WA skies. Re the grass trees above, have a look here, guarantee it will make you smile, could we call this a 'tullet' :)  Happy Friday, take care and stay safe..


29 comments:

  1. ...i love the hula skirts.

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  2. Hair styles for trees! The buildings look great.

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  3. David Crosby (of Stills, Nash and Young fame) used to have a haircut like that. Nowadays you see young men who have just the bit on top that he was missing.

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  4. Very weird plants, Grace! I love the corten steel with that sculpture!

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  5. Oh my gosh, I totally see Cousin Itt. That square is looking very nice! By the way, that haircut link made me laugh out loud.

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  6. Original sculptures! Arianna

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  7. Those are impressive buildings! Love the "trees." I keep waiting for them to start dancing and flouncing their grass skirts. Fun post, Grace!

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  8. Very Cousin Itt indeed. They look pretty good with a smart haircut.

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  9. Those grass trees do resemble Cousin It. I wonder how many people out there have never heard of him.

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  10. Strange trees indeed. Cousin It, I haven't heard that in years. :)

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  11. So enjoy knowing you, Dear Grace! Wishing you fair winds

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  12. Grass tree are interesting. Sort of remind me of weeping tree here. We have a weeping spruce.
    Coffee is on

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  13. Those trees are fabulous. Cousin It trees indeed!

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  14. Haha, oh, Grace, Cousin Itt sure is new to me, what a bummer, I will never look at those trees the same, LOL!
    Men and long hair. Or even Vokuhila („vorne kurz, hinten lang“, short in front, long on back)... call me old-fashioned, it´s a huge no!

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  15. I really like this way of pruning these tall grasses, it's very original, you would really believe sculptures. And I also really like this picture with the statue of the man in the foreground. I hope you're okay, Gracie.

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  16. Oh, these grass trees are wonderful, Grace ! They look like old men with beard :-)

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  17. Yagan square is looking fabulous. Don't think I had noticed the grass trees with their plumes down, looks like they have a skirt :)

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  18. I didn't know there are fashionable hairstyles for grass trees, you learn something new every day!!!!!

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  19. Re your comment today on Ocala: I didn't figure I'd fool you. You're too quick for me! 😜

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  20. Weird grass! Love the colour of that oxidised cladding.

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  21. Ha ha those grass trees lok so funny. Cheers Diane

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  25. Those are the cutest trees ever, and if I could have them, I'd have a lot! The statue is special too! Beautiful day and captures.

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