Passing through Paso Robles today, we discovered it was “Yarn bombing day, 2016”! This yarn-clothed tree was just one in a whole row of them that were similarly decked out.
Also: It’s the second day of palindrome week, so the Boomerang gives you “Did Hannah see bees? Hannah did!”
Post with a festive fringe: how Berkeley can you be?
[For some mysterious reason, my post from yesterday disappeared or got overwritten! Here it is again, to the best of my recollections . . . and see below for today’s!]
A DIY, “vernacular” anonymous sequel to yesterday’s Blue Trees, this wee grove of yarn-bombed trunks and limbs is growing in the center island of the traffic round-about at the five-corner intersection of Minor, Union, and Bellevue.
Just another colorful and cozily-wrapped stretch of public hardware–thanks to some anonymous knitter! I love the round, crocheted ornament hanging from the middle too ~
After all the sun we’ve had the past several days with its busily evaporating moisture, today was foggy and overcast all day until evening when it started to look like it was maybe possibly burning off, around the time of this picture.
One of several “yarn-bombed” lamp-posts on Berkeley’s 4th street. To learn about yarn-bombing and to see many fun photographs of yarn-bombed objects, click here.