A DAILY PHOTOGRAPH FROM "THE VENICE OF AMERICA"
NOW ON SUMMER VACATION IN HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN
Great capture, the mixture of art and nature.
I think it isn't a bad idea that we see some of the fake flowers though the real bushes.
Don't get in trouble! I hope you weren't near that tornado I heard about on the news this morning.
I couldn't comment at first because Google said I couldn't. But here I am. Perserverance I suppose or don't tell me I can't do it because I WILL!! MB
It looked like an aquarium when I opened it! Maybe I need a cup of coffee and my glasses!HA
So when you return with the hedge trimmers, are you going to bring tools to dismount the air conditioner on that wall? Rumor has it that it will fit nicely behind the driver's seat of the Yugo limousine...
and in what vehicle will you be carrying those hedge clippers?
I would like to see you do that! It's a nice mural from what we can see.
Hmmm, wonder why they'd go thru the time & trouble to paint it then cover it up?!! Things that make ya go... hmmm
I think the person or persons responsible for painting those murals deserves recognition .. makes everything look so pretty
I like how the bush fits into the mural.
Before I read the end of your sentence, I was thinking hey get some clippers in the Yugo. I like it so I'll be waiting in vain for a haircut edition.
Wow, that is a nice mural. "Man arrested for trimming someone else's hedge."
I definitely think you should do a hedge-clipping job...be sure to take your Yugo, though, in case you need to make a fast get-away!Yes, Blogger's full of problems these days!
I want to see you do that. Seems kind of funny to paint a mural, then plant something in front of it.
I just ran into the same situation yesterday when trying to photograph a graffiti. It didn't cross my mind to return with some hedge clippers so thanks for the tip. On a second thought I think I'll just give up :)