Dog Walk Discoveries (April to June, 2017)
In early spring, glimpses of blue...
The statue and the stump have the same attitude.
Some pictures make it very tempting to play with all those filters
that are so readily available on our computers and phones.
Lucky for me it's an easy walk to get to this path in the woods.
Sidewalk acrostic poems! Danae, I totally believe that you are delightful, awesome, nice, and elegant. Destiny, I'm sure you are delightful as well and I'm hoping you will finish your poem!
That is one big pink flamingo.
Finally got a shot of this monkey! (Or whatever it is!)
For almost a year, every time I've walked by there's been a tall van parked in front of it.
I know this is hard to make out, but there's a black spiky light fixture next to blackened flower pots and dead flowers. Makes me think of a Tim Burton movie.
This has got to be an optical illusion, right? Or else:
There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile.
He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile.
He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse,
And they all lived together in a little crooked house.
A birthday tree! I had never seen one of these fun tree wraps before,
but my son told me he's seen them in Cedar Rapids (Iowa).
Tie some netting onto a wheel and you've got yourself a bird feeder.
A river of mulberries, flowing down to the street. One of my earliest memories is helping my mom spread a sheet beneath a mulberry tree and gently shaking the branches so the ripe mulberries would drop down.
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