Drumaclarig, County Cork,
Glengarrif Woods Nature Reserve writes:
Anyone know what created these? They were foundafter a large Monterey Pine was felled. They were described by the finder as being ‘tennis-ball size, made of animal hair, hollow but with no obvious entry point‘.
Broadleas Stone Circle, near Hollywood, County Wicklow.
Stephen Stewart writes:
Looks like wood splits stone?
Wistman’s Wood – a forest of lichenated dwarf oak trees on the eastern slopes of the West Dart River in southern Devon.
Described as ‘the most haunted place on Dartmoor’ and captured above in all its mystical gloom by Neil Burnell.
The incredibly detailed wood sculptures of New York based artist Stephanie Rocknak.
Above: details of two recent pieces, ‘The Swimmer’ and ‘The Queen’.