Sunday, October 14, 2012

ABC WEDNESDAY LETTER " N "



This series of ABC Wednesdays has gone so quickly. 
Here we are at the letter " N ".
The first photo is a NIFTY sculpture carved entirely from wood.
Even the streams of water and puddle are made of wood.
The NUDE woman is NEARLY life-sized.
Where in the world does one display a NUDE woman like this?



I have shown this before .
It does go perfectly for our letter N.
This is a homemade NACA tamale from NICARAGUA.
Our hostess made the chicken tamale for our breakfast.
It was so NUMMY, especially because it was made just for us.



This shot was from last NOVEMBER.
It was taken in the state of NEVADA.




I began my post with a NUDE lady
and
I will end with NAKED ladies.
That's what these lillies are commonly called.
Have a NICE week everyone.


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27 comments:

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I've seen the lady in the shower before somewhere, or one very much like that. I thought it so cool looking that I did a similar piece for yard art at home long ago but used a mannequin instead. Where did you see it?

imac said...

Well put together my friend.

Sandra said...

i much prefer the NAKED lady to the NUDE lady and I to wonder about that and where you would put it. it did take talent to create it though. and i love the Nevada tree shot. good job on the N day

LC said...

Nifty all. Were the shower streams of water from wood, too? Here spider lilies are sometimes called naked ladies.

Dave said...

Nice photos Sue. That nude lady of wood looked well made. I guess there are not many places one could put is there? :-) - Dave

ewok1993 said...

the naca tamale looks more similar to the filipino tamales.

Meryl said...

Interesting sculpture. Is the dripping 'water' also made of wood?

mrsnesbitt said...

The nude will warp! lol! Was she varnished?
Great collection - as ever Suzan.
Denise ABC Team

Roger Owen Green said...

Not NEARLY enough NUDES in ABC Wednesday
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Leslie: said...

Oh that Roger (above) - he is so NAUGHTY! I hope that tree in Nevada doesn't fall over as it's so beautiful. Love the lilies!

Leslie
abcw team

Reader Wil said...

The naked wooden lady is unique. It is so clever to create a sculpture like that. The other photos are also great! Have a great day tomorrow.

EG CameraGirl said...

I enjoyed this collection of n-photos. Water made of wood - who'd-a-thunk is possible? ;)

Carver said...

I love the wood sculpture. All great shots for N. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

Hildred and Charles said...

Great photos and a goodchoice of N's - nifty nudes!!!!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Great post for ABC ~ ( A Creative Harbor)

Paula Scott said...

LOL! Loved your post! What an intriguing image (the sculpture). Very convincing. And I find myself craving those Nacas even though I don't know what they taste like-they look delicious!

J Rye said...

The sculpture is very neat!

Groove Kid Nation

ZielonaMila said...

Beautiful photographs, autumn colours are enrapturing. I am greeting

Lisa said...

GREAT PoST! I loved it!!!

Rajesh said...

Very nicely done.

Lisa said...

That might be the most unusual statue I've ever seen! But I love your Naked Lady Lilies! They're Lovely! :-)

Joy said...

How clever to do the water in wood too. You do find some interesting things to photograph. The November tree is lovely.

Island Rambles Blog said...

I love how you incorporated all the 'n' words and had the perfect photo for each section. Like the tree in Nevada.

Gattina said...

The nude woman under the Spaghetti shower is very special !

ChrisJ said...

Love the naked ladies! Some kind of Lily I guess, but I do love them.

Laloofah said...

LOL, Nude lady to Naked lady, Nicely done! :-) Where DOES one display a nude wooden lady in a wooden shower? (Love that even the puddle was made of wood!) I wonder if she's made from Norway Spruce?) :-)

Lovely Nevada tree, and the Naked Ladies are so pretty.

jane said...

What a varied selection of Ns - the wood carving is very clever and I like your selection of pics - thanks for sharing - Jane UK