A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.





Saturday, March 23, 2013

Metal Art Triceratops


Lemmon, South Dakota
Just collecting the metal alone for this is mind boggling, 
but then to make it all work plus the time involved in doing so,
pretty amazing.





This is linked to Weekly Top Shot


14 comments:

  1. That is a beautiful made kind of steampunk dinosaur with cowboy. I love it that you pick out the more modest museums in the background. So many great discoveries can you make there that it sometimes boggles the mind. Keep going and who knows. One of these days appears a museum guide of the unknown and forgotten museums outside of the big cities. Hope you keep doing this for a long time to come.

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  2. This is amazing, so beautiful made with all the rubbish the artist has collected.

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  3. totally slick! SOOOO neat! steampunk art at its finest!

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  4. one man's junk is another man's treasure! amazing what some can think of making.

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  5. What a fascinating piece of sculpture. This is where I can't see the forest for the trees. I would be looking at all the different pieces that were put together to make the piece.

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  6. Amazing is right ~ what a great creation and wonderful photography ~ Enjoy ^_^

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  7. I like creative recycled art.

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  8. that is crazy cool!
    have a great wknd
    xxomeli

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  9. That's a pretty incredible looking beastie, great shots.

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  10. Yep, definitely a cousin to my gorilla. I'm in awe of the creative minds that come up with these kinds of ideas.

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  11. This is just *so* exceptional! You have to wonder if the artist sees it in his mind's eye first or just builds as he goes along. There is a horse built on this order not far from where I live, but it doesn't have nearly the scope of this animal!

    Jo in MN

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  12. There's somebody over here does a similar sort of thing - most famously Edinburgh is graced with two lifesized giraffes made out of scrap metal.

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