“See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil“. Do they want to show us that they are not responsible for the evil deeds of the Hollywood villains scarecrows, or is it a “code of silence”? Anyway, it seems like the scarecrows do want to live a human-like life. Miley Silage in the image below shows all the passions of her human prototype, and has a very similar success here at the Festival.
Some scarecrows are confident and have a career…
Some are lost and confused…
Some walk past a stranger and never look back…
Some are happily married, and enjoy their cinema dates…
Some are just having fun…
Some are grumpy…
It is not easy to live a human life if you are a scarecrow, but as we all know, “One that would have the fruit must climb the tree.”
I saw a few little dogs there, one of them might be Toto. What do you think?
Mrs Brown was a favorite of children …
…and I loved Mrs Brown’s boys … or was it “buoys”?…
They even had a pyramid there…
…and a mummy!
There was a nun on a mission: them bugs are no good for the straw.
Almost everything was covered; the humans only provided music…
…and transportation ( Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?)
Durrow Scarecrow Festival Community Organisation have a Facebook page you can visit. The program is huge! So many events, it is impossible to see everything. Well done, guys, you rock!
Hope you enjoyed these two posts from the festival. Click on the images to enlarge them and see the details. All the images are always resized so that you can easy open them.
Photography tip of the day: Here is a video about resizing your
I have never heard about scarecrow festival. It seems that there is a lot of fun there and it is important! I enjoyed every photo. Thank You for this very interesting post.
When on road trip in Finland man can get surprises even in the wilderness. These hundreds scarecrows we met on our road trip:
Have a nice day!
Thank you for reading! Yes, it was fun, and now they already started getting ready to the festival 2015 🙂 If it is interesting, you can check out another post about this festival – the previous post, Part I 🙂
Have a wonderful week!
What a creative event and love your photos, they are so colorful and feel like I were there (and wish I were there as well to take photos).
Indah – I thought that a bit of colour won’t harm 🙂 This was a really fun and creative event with many workshops, walks, competitions. A bit too far from where I live, otherwise I would go there every day.
Have a good week! 🙂
Oh it truly was:) Thank you for visiting!
What a neat event! Wow!
Thank you! 🙂 Ten days of fun and creativity.
Part II is as neat as part I…
I loved Miley Cyrus’ scarecrow… That was so remarkable and original. Great Post, my blogger friend.
Best wishes to you, always, Aquileana 😀
Miley Silage was as good as Miley Cyrus 🙂
They had hundreds of scarecrows and many other funny things. I wonder when the first scarecrow was made? Probably they are same age as the myths 🙂
Have a great week you too!
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I thoroughly enjoyed your wonderful photos of the Scarecrow festival. I wish I had known about it as we only live about an hour and a half away, I would have gone to it.
Thank you! You won’t miss much if you come tomorrow. I think that the closing day is always a great fun. 🙂
I loved that there was a part II !! 😀
Christy, thank you for reading the part II 🙂 It was only a one day experience: the festival lasted 7 days! Hundreds of scarecrows all over the village, many fun activities and competitions. Such creativity! 🙂
Very nice images…specially the 3 monkeys of Ghandhi Bapu…
Thank you Natasha! There were hundreds of scarecrows:)
So very darn creative! 🙂 Cracks-me-up! What a blast.
Thank you! 🙂
Ms Silage – wicked! These are so well made with skill and humour
Oh they are 🙂 Scarecrows are everywhere around the village, hundreds of them. In my previous post there is a picture of two scarecrows representing the President and his Lady:)
That second dog is Toto! Love Miley Silage 🙂
Yes, he looks like Toto, and the man must be Shaggy Man undercover:)
Another wonderful post. Please keep them coming.
Thank you! It is the last one:) Now leaving for North Ireland, Dark Hedges:)
Dark Hedges is a fascinating place. Hope to get your perspective on it.
Thank you, hope the weather will improve.
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