Photos Copyright: Maggie May
Whilst helping my son to walk the dogs round one of the local parks last week, we stumbled on this tree that was covered in colourful knitting.
It is otherwise known as Knitted Graffiti.
Some people spend a lot of time and effort making this type of covering for trees, lamp posts and anything else that looks as though it would be easy to dress.
I can't say that I'm an ardent fan but neither am I against this kind of art work. Bristol is well known for it's street art but so far this is the first graffiti clad tree that I have spotted.
I expect it would have to be done under the cover of darkness, don't you think?
I will be interested to know how long it will be before the Council cut it down. (The knitting not the tree.)
Does anyone like knitted graffiti or is it a waste of wool?
In the mean time, I am rather hoping that it will be left alone.