Monday, August 26, 2013

Still More Trapped

Almost exactly four years ago, I predicted that this statue behind the Ringling Museum would be completely obscured by the banyan tree it sat next to.  Well, I was wrong.  It's actually not that much more consumed, especially when you look at the difference from eight years ago.

13 comments:

Badgercat said...

Good to see you back, Ernie.

Steinar said...

I thought for a second (before I read your story) that it was a human in there - and considered it creepy! :)

JustaJeepGuy said...

It will be interesting if someone tries to cut this tree down in, say, 100 years. By then, nobody will have a clue that there's a statue there until it's way too late.

RobC said...

It's the Christmas Season, Ernie! Where are you?!

Anonymous said...

Si... Donde estas, por favor puedes darte un tiempo a tus seguidores, su blog se esta muriendo, danos otra alegre Navidad. Gracias.

Anonymous said...

Correcto

Mark Spencer said...

Missing the Christmas posts of my favorite blogger. I hope all is well. Thank you for your shares and for introducing your readers (and me) to the ClickRepair suite, which has revolutionized my own digitizing of LPs.

Your blog has been a great holiday tradition for the past couple years for me and I hope you'll post more Christmas LPs soon.

Anonymous said...

I hope you are well and having the time of your life...wishing all the best for you and yours Happy Holidays Ernie!

Nick

Geordie Birch said...

Hey Ernie, how many page views is your blog getting these days?

;)

Anonymous said...

The lack of Xmas music here leaves me...

SO

DISAPPOINTED

Joe said...

Miss you this Christmas! Hope you have a great one.

house303 said...
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house303 said...

All I can do is wish you a Merry Christmas in December!!!