3.12.09









The brother in law took all of us to an amazing forest to look for and feed wild boars.
We did got to see them, whole familys of wild boars. Very close, it was awesome and a
bit frightening. And I didin´t bring the camera. I did bring it to the forest cottage
afterwards though. It was a very mixed emotion experience.



Henning Trollbäck´s Dalahäst poster at hoppa hage.



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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Uh, läbbigt med uppstoppade djur.

Elisabeth, har du sett det här fina cross-stitch-projektet av James Goggin?

http://www.practise.co.uk/work/archive/shan-james-cross-stitch.html

/Christoffer

Fine Little Day said...

Christoffer, nej det hade jag inte sett. Ser fantastiskt ut, tack för tipset!

HELLO TIGER! said...

Uh, riktigt hemskt :/

Mariana F said...

I understand the mixed emotion...It's beautiful but creepy!

Daisy said...

Ett rum fullt med lik. Isch.

la casita said...

And I understand why...

Harriet said...

what a wonderful sounding day out. i would love to see and feed wild boar! lucky you!

ALEX said...

so sad, but so oddly beautiful.

i adore your blog. i want to live in it ;o;

Jane O Sullivan said...

you really are living on the edge at the moment elisabeth ! ...be careful :)
I can imagine that you found that cottage a bit overwhelming and not the way you would have it .

Kylie said...

I can see how it would have been hard to be in a room with so many dead animals... kind of creepy really... and yet I have some animal horns mounted in my work room. Maybe it's a matter of volume? K

Fine Little Day said...

Kyile, it probably is. We have animal horns in the studio, a little one. It´s very beautiful, but when you think about what it is it´s kind of brutal.

jokemijn said...

a bit scary, a house filled with skulls.

Sundari said...

Wow cute! Little baby boar.

mckenzie elizabeth said...

It's strange that I just found this post. My boyfriend killed a deer tonight... for food. And he was quite upset by the whole process, though he's done it before. I just now saw the deer myself, and am left with such a strange feeling. Such a beautiful creature. It's fur so thick and eyes so deep-black. But I am also thankful that I will not have to buy more meat from the grocery store for a while. (American meat practices are absolutely horrible.)

Carolina Eclectic said...

Wow! These are amazing!!