The bowling ball as yard art

March 3, 2011

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Photos by Douglas Imbrogno | click bigger

Driving north after a visit with a friend who lives near the impressive massive cereal bowl of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, W.Va., we rounded a bend in the road and encountered an equally impressive sight – in its own humble, primitive art fashion. Some homeowner had gotten his/her hands on one heck of a bunch of bowling balls, mounted them all on spikes of rebar and encircled the yard with them. We consider this a 300-game of bowling ball art. It just doesn’t get any better than this on the backroads of WestVirginiaVille.

WestVirginiaVille welcomes photographs from the backroads and hollows of the commonwealth, which demonstrate the innate creativity, avante-garde artfulness and pure strangeness of  ‘Life in These Hills”©. (We haven’t really copyrighted that phrase, but just recently learned how to put the copyright symbol into our posts and wanted to try it out.)

 

2 Responses to “The bowling ball as yard art”

  1. Granny Sue Says:

    I love it! This is exactly the kind of thing that causes my husband heartburn. I yell, “Stop! Turn around!” And he obliginly does so, muttering about how I’m going to get us killed one day. But really, who could resist such a sight?

  2. admin Says:

    West Virginia backroad sights will do that to a marriage.

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