Rusty Wheel Wreath and Window Drape
Last Sunday when we come home from Church and drove in the garage, this old rusty wheel on my peg board caught my eye ... there is a ready-made wreath. (You can click picture to enlarge) I put the wheel inside a spiral grapevine wreath that I bought the other day for $3.00. They fit together just perfectly ... well almost. I had just finished hanging the window garland drape on my dining room window and added the old rusty metal bow. The wreath and the bow complement each other very well. A…
CN Tower Invasion! (_20D5108_09_10_11_12)
The weather was actually quite good believe it or not. There were some pretty menacing clouds in the distance (which never came to anything and burned off minutes later) and I thought I could have fun with HDR so I fired off five shots and this is the result. I think it has a spooky alien invasion sort of feel to it.
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Those Cuckoo Creatures
SUNNY DAYS IN THE CITY allowed for long, leisurely strolls that revealed various clocks and curious creatures on rooftops, buildings, courtyards and shop windows all over Sydney's CBD. It's hard to believe this was all just two weeks ago. With endless deadlines and people to meet, those long, leisurely days feel like such a world away. Martin Place, Queen Victoria Building, George Street and various buildings in Sydney CBD. Photos by Lady San Pedro.
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