Either that or he's/she's an artist. :-)
...or just being lazy.
I hope he has fun with it! Making art out of castoff materials is a valid expression of art!
Know doubt his pride and joy but a mess to me..
Some people are very creative with scrap metal and junk! Have a happy Tuesday!
hauling to the scrap place. :)
In the south and on a farm we don't have junk jumbles, we have parts stores. I see a possible feeder, a shop table, a forge or fire pit and many ways to repair a fence along with re-bar arches for a shelter. I think they must have a welder because of all the hoses on the rack behind the table. I also see a possible automated feeder and mail box bases with plenty of scrape for the post, too.I don't know who said it but "Necessity is the mother of invention."Nice treasures here and a great post.
I've got a few cupboards that should launch me into inventing something (or I could have a garage sale).
Keep me posted. Tom The Backroads Traveller
is is not nice setting
it is not nice setting
I like the quote!
My husband would say that there is a lot of "scratch" there, as in, you can make something from scratch and in order to do that you need a lot of "scratch"!!! I reckon that he is working on a self propelling and returning space rocket! xx
One persons junk is another persons treasure.
Looks like a mess to me, but I hope s/he has plans with it and is not just too lazy to get rid of it...
possibly a metal sculpture? lol....
One wonders- craftsperson or hoarder?
Wow, I should be a great inventor! Lol. Fun pic, Linda.
Looks like some great yard art:)
My former neighbors left behind a jumble of junk. Someone bought their house and is hard at work on it so he can re-sell it. He has a dumpster in the yard. I told Favorite Young Man that if he wants to get rid of something unidentifiable, now is the time. Love,Janie
Great quote! It is indeed amazing what can be done with very little.
I would hope so anyway. Yikes. Love the quote.We are in FL. Linda Kay and I haven't been on my computer. We are celebrating two of our grandson's HS graduations. Fun times.Have a great week.xo, Jeanne
Nah! He's is just a hoarder with no motivation.
I love this quote! We like to watch the TV show about the homesteaders in Alaska and how they are always repurposing old junk into something needed and useful. I know I wouldn't be half that clever. I do tend to stash smaller things away, craft supplies, pet items and such, thinking I might need/use them someday, but the reality is that I rarely do. If we all had to pack up and move once every year or two I bet we'd pare down those piles of junk and clutter! I hope your move is proceeding nicely and you have the added bonus of everything being organized to fit in a nice new space!
It takes a creative mind (like Edison's) to make junk into something usable or artistic. That and a hot glue gun. The pile of junk in your photo looks like old fencing that was ripped up from a chicken coop maybe and left there along with the other stuff. No longer in use, but not ready to be trashed. We all know one man's junk is another's treasure.
Some people can take "junk" and make it into something beautiful, but I don't think I have that ability. I admire those who can do that.
I love going down country highways and seeing the road artists who have taken debris and turned it into art sculptures.
My father collected junk much to my mother's dismay. He often made creative and useful things, but not often enough. Mostly it was just junk.
I see ... a mess! I would be compelled to clean it up rather than create with it. Probably says something about my lack of creativity or imagination.
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