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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Wednesday Vignette

For Wednesday Vignette I'm sharing some photos of garden art from the Hardy Plant Study Weekend.






Not sure if a birdbath counts as art, but the honey bees seemed to like it!

Anna at Flutter and Hum hosts Wednesday Vignette. You can see her current post here.

17 comments:

  1. The first one, creepy and cool at the same time!

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  2. Great vignettes! The first three are cool because you can always say to visitors, "How about a little head?"

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    1. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!! But only a little. Don't get your hopes up too high! ;o)

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  3. What Mark and Gaz said... And, the frogs are so fun! Actually, I like all your photos - I'm so bummed I missed the study weekend. Interesting with the bees and the birdbath. For the past few nights, my garden has been filled with flies. Last night Jane told me that they are drawn to cooler places when it's this hot. I guess that means that my garden is living up to its intent in terms of creating shade for me.... but flies? Hadn't counted on that one...

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  4. Lovely vignettes! I love those frogs :)

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  5. Some of those are kind of creepy. the 1st one is like a zombie and the 2nd to last like--uh--oh dear--victims of some sort. The frogs are sweet.

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  6. Really cool vignettes. I loved the frogs!

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  7. I love that third one, the reposing lady face! The frogs are fun!

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  8. Very cool art! LOVE that birdbath and those frogs.

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  9. Like the head on its side , the frogs and the birdbath. Art in gardens is such a personal thing isn't it! Thanks for sharing.

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