18 September, 2021

Stor

 the 40 foot troll.



one of his massive hands


one of his cold big feet.  You remember that he left his boots behind at the beginning of the trail


the story of the land of magic



37 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    This is great fun.
    Nicely done there.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  2. Stor is a good name for the Troll as it means big in both Norwegian and Swedish.

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  3. Great photos and a nice story for kids with amazing wood sculptures.
    Very good shots.
    Have a nice weekend,Bill.

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  4. I hope he has found a place to his liking.

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  5. A nice story. The wood sculpture is very very beautiful.
    Have a good Sunday.

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  6. Thats a real troll and very well made.

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  7. He made the best out of it, and you know what? I take my shoes off now, too (really, I´m done grocery shopping) :-)
    He looks friendly.

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  8. Su figura gigantezca y bonachona, te espera sentado a un lado del camino. ÉL y sabe, que vas a pasar por él y espera tener algo de compañía.

    🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️

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  9. This place is awesome. It is full of surprises.

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  10. This is such a masterpiece of outside art for nature.

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  11. Oh wow, love the troll. Cute story.
    Have a great weekend!

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  12. Hih hih what a great Troll!!!And some story!!I like that very much:)))I could be the island Troll was searching for really exist :)))Love this post Bill :)))think of the wood carvings !Great work :)))

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  13. Such a fun story, and a real giant troll as well as his boots! Lovely!

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  14. I love this fellow. Looks a bit like me first thing in the morning♥

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  15. How wonderful! I understand why he stayed there.

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  16. What a huge creature he is. He looks way too big to live in the little house you posted.

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  17. Wow, this Troll, Stor, is amazingly large and a terrific sculpture. What fun to come across him on this walk.

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  18. That's amazing. Looks like he left his trousers behind too.

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  19. Well carved and nailed in woods! Thanks for the detailed capture of the sculpture and story of the troll.

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  20. That is some huge troll! Enjoyed the story. :)

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  21. I love it! The more photos you post the more I want to visit Ireland.

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  22. It is a large troll, and I did enjoy reading the story.

    All the best Jan

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  23. Ireland has many great stories

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  24. Uy que lindo trol , te mando un beso

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  25. Interesting read regarding the Troll.

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  26. Wow I think that's very nicely done. Thanks for sharing.

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  27. Little ugly :)) Happy Sunday Bill :)

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  28. It looks fab! I love things like this :-D

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