Wednesday, May 13, 2009

ABC Wednesday 'Q' is for 'Quite a fork!'

A weekend trip to the country yielded this photo of 'quite a fork'. A hayfork, I believe!

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20 comments:

RuneE said...

He most use on trees...

Sylvia K said...

That is indeed "quite a fork"! I love it! and perfect for the "Q" day!

kadermo said...

I have nerer seen such forks before - nice shot.

Chuck Pefley said...

I think that might actually be 2 forks on his shoulder. They appear to be hand made. Nicely composed!

marley said...

Its a bit early for hay isn't it?! He must be getting ready!

Babooshka said...

What the fork has you photographed here.Highly original choice. Not only was I a day early but a week ahead letterwise. Scheduled posting, not for me.

Janie said...

Indeed, that's a quaint, quality, giant-sized fork.

Carol said...

Great photo...and very creative Q...it is quite a fork..

Jacob said...

"Quite" a fork is right. Never seen one like that. Great capture.

Tumblewords: said...

Interesting - I'll bet working it would yield a blister or two. Quality post!

Tash said...

They are really pretty - delightful quirky capture.

Bibi said...

Yes, little Bibi was not seeing double when she should have! Oh, well. It's still quite a fork!

Marie Reed said...

Wowsers! How does he carry that ginormous fork? It must weigh a ton!

Grace and Bradley said...

Wow, what a fork. Even for hay, he must be very strong to lift it. Thanks for sharing.

Dragana said...

Zdravo Bibi! What a lovely surprise to come across your blog! I was born in Belgrade, but grew up in South Africa and not live in Texas. I do not visit Serbia very often, but will enjoy it through your photos. Hvala!

Tyra in Vaxholm said...

Indeed! It's huge/ Tyra

Marie-Noyale said...

I love everything made of wood...
The picture would not be the same with a plastic or metal one!!!

Cristóbal said...

Beautiful picture. The hayfork enhances the countryside touch of this photo.

Btw, you've been tagged for a little quiz on my blog.

Alexa said...

Definitely a queen-size fork. And he looks like he knows how to use it too!

Jilly said...

What a fabulous old-fashioned fork. You don't see these about often - indeed I've never seen one just like this. Super capture and perfectly framed.