Friday, August 08, 2008

Photohunt ~ Dark


front yard flowers, originally uploaded by tommiea1.

This afternoon I had to step outside and take a few pictures. I saw my little cart and knew I would shoot a few shots. When we initially looked at this house in late June, I almost considered writing it into the contract. Heck, I had to leave my pot rack! I really need to let the anger over the pot rack go!
Anyhow.......I loved this DARK little cart. I imagined it overflowing with wild flowers, little trails of ivy hanging over the side. Well, the only thing it has in it now are the flowers that I want to hang from my porch. I didn't even take them out of the little white plastic pots they are in. But we have been just a wee bit busy getting unpacked!
Happy hunting, y'all.
Next week: colorful

12 comments:

Corey~living and loving said...

it really has great character. :) love it.

Darla said...

Wow! You have some phenomenal pictures! I clicked on your blog and the first picture just drew me in...and the rest as well!

Amazing photography! :)

Chris said...

You may not hear the sound of the ocean in those shells, but I'd be willing to bet that you can still hear the sound of the song your daughter sang.

Rambling Woods said...

Happy Photo Hunt and Happy Weekend. I love to see the different and clever ways the theme is interpreted. –Michelle-
Rambling Woods

Cecily R said...

That is a gorgeous shot. Truly.

Joanna said...

Was getting caught up on last few posts - what a crazy time. Did I miss the story behind the flower pots?
I lurv your photos! Might want to check out selling some to magazines or something - just saying! ;)

gina said...

So much character- love it!

On a limb with Claudia said...

how awesome that you wanted it and they left it! YAY!! It's gorgeous. Next summer it will indeed overflow! :)

megz_mum said...

Beautiful photo - love it!

Monogram Queen said...

I love the little cart too! So pretty!

Rambling Woods said...

Hi Tommie..You posted on my blog about the feeding the ducklings. We used to love to go to the river and throw bread in for the ducklings. I never knew there could be a problem with this until we moved here. Geese and ducks love bread, but it isn't good for them and they will eat bread to the exclusion of what they should eat.

The game starter I was using was for the first week due to the recent lawn spraying of most of the lawns on the pond making the availability of insects much lower and the lateness of the brood.

Much as I love the ducks and I do, I don't usually supplement their natural foods.

This is a good short article on ducks on geese and foods. Thank you for loving ducks.!--Michelle--

feeding ducks

Janet said...

But they still look lovely in it!