Saturday, October 17, 2009

KNOCK, KNOCK-PART II

Just another of those strange things that people put in front of their homes. Really no story to accompany the photo, just a lot of questions. Enjoy your weekend!

18 comments:

  1. Is this the face of a red indian chief? I guess his job is to protect house.

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  2. Quite unbelievable. Following your lead, I'm chasing some of these things here. It's a more difficult task here, because I have to canvass the suburbs...

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  3. HMMmmmmmm.....that's about all I got. MB

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  4. Maybe I'm in a cranky mood because I've hardly been out of the house for a few days, due to my flu or whatever it is, but I am not sure if I like the idea of displaying this. I'm fairly certain they're not Native Americans that live in this house, and somehow I find this head, at least in such a prominent place, mildly offensive.

    Maybe it's just my mood.

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  5. Lol, you really have got an eye for the strange!

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  6. Bill: You did the same thing we did. Post something that leaves us with more questions than answers.

    Do you know it took me forever to realize that Bill B and B squared and Ft. Lauderdale DP were one and the same person (duh). Blogging is like that. Maybe we need some kind of Daily PHoto Convention! Have a great weekend. I always enjoy your posts as well as your comments on our blog.

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  7. I suspect the person who carved this lives in the house. It's a valiant attempt to create art, don't you think?

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  8. Hmmm, Interesting and unusual. I would like to know more about it.

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  9. No matter where you are, you have a knack for finding the odd (weird?):)
    V

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  10. great find and capture! maybe it is to ward off evil!

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  11. How strange - They should post someone in the corner of their yards explaining they're strange interests! hehehe

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  12. Well seen and well done!.-)
    I hope you have a good weekend!+

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  13. Yes, weird. And ugly! Oh well!

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  14. No info needed, everybody can make up their own story to the picture. Have a nice weekend, too.

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  15. This carved head sure beats the fine cigar story Indian. His expression doesn't look very inviting. I don't know if I want him welcoming my guests.

    It IS safe to return home. It is gorgeous fall weather on the Gulf coast. Just beautiful this morning.

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  16. That's odd. Maybe one of the folks in that house carved it themselves.

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  17. What is the Michigan obesession with wooden Indians?

    Hope you have a nice trip home. One week in Berlin made me ready for some warmer weather!

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