Tuesday, February 19, 2013

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - yard art

The Shady Lady


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  1. Oh dear. I'd frown too if I was covered in snow.

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    1. I'll snap a shot of her in glorious sunny, warm weather and we can see if her expression appears different.

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  2. Wearing a cap of snow!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Lea. I checked out your blog and you have lots blooming already. Lucky you!

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  3. Beautiful! I love how the statue is peeking though as if in defiance of the snow...and perhaps asking spring to come sooner rather than later. :) Lovely! Thanks for linking up at my blog (pictimilitude) and I've tweeted this with the hashtag #wordlesswednesday. :)

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    1. I hope she has her wish. I do not mind winter, but I am very eager to see my bulbs bloom this spring in my new garden.

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  4. What a great combination!

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    1. The permanence of stone and fleetingness of snow. The next time I feature the Shady Lady I hope that she will be covered in moss.

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  5. This photograph has a story going on .... contrast of solid and melting.....nice idea.
    JM Illinois

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    1. Thanks for visit and comment JM.

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  6. I don't think she likes the snow very much!

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    1. Come back this summer and see her in warm weather once I decide where to place her.

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  7. Looking very cold in your part of the world. Great photo.

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    1. Thanks for visiting Tamara. Yes definitely much colder than NZ!

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  8. Nice post!
    I am looking forward to spring now!

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    1. Thanks Hans, you have amazing shots on your photoblog!

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  9. she's looking a bit cranky... perhaps it is the snow beard?

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    1. She is looking a little put off isn't she? Hopefully the warmer weather will sheer her up as spring approaches.

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  10. A snowy hat to keep him warm... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #71!

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