A statue at Blooming Hill, a garden and shop run by my friend Cyndie Rinek in Northern Virginia.
Lawn ornaments can be traditional…
my neighbor’s bottle tree
or simply a neighborhood eyesore.
I’m going to have to stealthily take a picture of my next door neighbor’s house. His yard is full of what I would call junk, but he’s arranged it nicely.
I waver between traditional and whimsical. Fun shots.
I’ve always envied those artsy gardens with whimsical items cast about here and there but looking more stylish than like junk. I have a gazing ball (grandma always had one), blue bird bath, and a few little stakes in the yard and pots made of cutlery to look like butterflies and bugs.
Lovely reminders of summer. I’m all for whimsical
haha, well, we found some pink flamingos, and they move around the yard
Hey…I recognize the lady without the arms…however, my personal favorite is the old, real truck!
We have it all on my street.
I adore bottle trees and have the start of one in my backyard, although I do need to get more empties to put on it.
Nice shots – I really like the bottle tree!
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