Weekly Photo Challenge: Transmogrify

Weekly Photo Challenge: Transmogrify

metal fish with pigeons

Scrap metal, turned giant fish, turned pigeon perch.

This fish is part of a sculpture called Fisherman’s Dream along The Enchanted Highway in North Dakota. Fisherman's Dream

The Enchanted Highway: where one retired school teacher started taking scrap metal, turning it into sculptures and planting them along a country highway in an effort to turn tourists off the expressway and help keep small towns on the map and transmogrified the landscape in the process!

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7 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Transmogrify

  1. Widdershins says:

    Gorgeous 😀 … did it work?

    • Jessie says:

      Well, we stopped and bought gas in a town we wouldn’t have otherwise gone through and saw that there is now an enchanted hotel in the town at the end of it so I think it must be bringing some people in.

  2. N. says:

    That sounds amazing! I’d the entire thing is like thing one example than it must make for one lovely drive 🙂

  3. Uncle Jim says:

    Is that even a word??

    • Jessie says:

      trans·mog·ri·fy
      transˈmäɡrəˌfī,tranz-/
      verb humorous
      transform, especially in a surprising or magical manner.
      “the cucumbers that were ultimately transmogrified into pickles”

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