We had quiet and uneventful Easter holidays on Tenerife. I didn't take a lot of pictures, except for some plants in the Botanical Garden and a whole street full of knitted trees in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. I am not sure who are the authors and how all that came about, but it looked cute. Have a look if you are interested.
|Viera y Clavijo street is pedestrian for most parts, but even the googlemaps street view shows some of the trees|
I, for one didn't know that yarn bombing has so many different names as wikipedia claims, including sweetly absurd guerrilla knitting. Monty Python's "Hell's Grannies" spring to mind ("... I mean she used to be quite happy here until she started on crochet").
|I wish I was there when these yarn graffiti were being put up|
And a close up...
|I like the pig and the lion :)|
Some are more simple
And some more inventive
Below you can see that the trees are quite close together
And now for my personal favorites
And a bit closer
And finally, even some 3D fauna
That's it, hope you liked it. We did :)
UPD: and here is a sample of yarn bombing from Puerto de la Cruz. I think you can see that salt and rain are taking their tall.