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Cat, crab and driftwood art at Alara River

Cat, crab and driftwood art at Alara River

Another excursion brought us to the Alara River, where we met a shrubbery path referring to an "inn" that could arouse our interest.

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The first encounter brought us together with this crab, which was however not very interested in us.

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A little later we reached the riverbank and came across a chair furniture, which consisted of a thin plate of a tree cut by chainsaw.

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A little later these cucumbers were draped on half of a tree trunk!

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As well, the tree trunk grown over the river with the transversely applied branches gained our attention.

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It became increasingly bizarre, because now we came across this chair group that was placed around the table.

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If the signposted guest house is around here? At least there was seating and something to eat! But there was no one to see!

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Driftwoods formed the base of this chair furniture.

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More driftwood as base for this double table.

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Also a great spot for fishing, directly across the river.

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The double table from another perspective. Who thought up and made this arrangement?

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Here a stone circle on stone tabletop. No one had the impression that the ensemble was built very long time ago.

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Two other chairs on the river bank!

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And another strange furniture ensemble. Table with .......?

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Wood Stone Arrangement? Whom should we ask for the spirit or concept. These were our questions in mind.

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In addition to the crab, the cat was the only present animal, but realistic statements we did not expect. We remained without knowledge!

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