OK, I admit being totally aghast at the convertible full of driftwood she brought home from North Carolina (to DC).
But it's made some pretty nice containers --hope you enjoy the pix.
Main challenge with some of these pieces was choosing a location where impalement risk would be minimized.
Each piece is so beautiful and your non-impaling placement is wonderful. She did a great job of collecting!
I'm another driftwood lover and have a few photos as well. The largest piece was one we had to borrow a truck to get home but we have many more. I'll take photos of those that I've missed.
I've also collected small pieces for a frame on a mirror that I'll "get around to" someday.
JP, and Arlene, interesting. I'm glad I'm not alone in collecting driftwoods. Though, I think those that we find around the coast are studier than from river? I'm nearby a lake, and most driftwoods aren't as tough. Though their shapes are interesting all the same.
The irregular "impaler shape" dark, wet one was just pulled out from the water this morning. lol
I love it, it's very sculptural...wish I could add some to my garden, but my puppies will drag around any piece of wood they find (all the firewood), maybe when they're older...