Thursday, July 16, 2009

Fridays Shoot-Out: Yard Objects

I liked this assigment alot because I always love to see yard objects, decorations or oranments on people lawns or in their yard. I wish I could have stuff like this in our yard but I wouldn't dare leave anything worth taking in my yard because someone would only steal it. So..I have to live vicariously thru other peoples decorations. This is only regular stuff, people go all out for the holidays. Sometimes the amount of stuff you see in peoples yards, seems like they are competing with the folks next door. Anyway...here ya go.










9 comments:

Denise said...

Love fountains. Your choice of statues are wonderfully fun! Now I want to find a see-saw!

Audrey said...

Very cool! Love the gnomes. I agree- this was a fun assignment. I also live vicariously through others due to the fact that I don't have a yard. But I loved wandering around and seeing what others had for deco on their yards.

Tabby said...

I love the gnomes too! Also the all the other statues are so nice. My people in my neighborhood are crazy like that with their lawns/decorations always trying one up each other...crazy.

Sarah Lulu said...

So sweet, I especially enjoyed the swinging children!

Chele said...

That alligator is cool!

Chef E said...

Ah, another post that I love! Me too, I love yard objects...and saw gnomes in a shop, but did not think that would count since they were not on the ground...can you really imagine a couple of kids riding an alligator? :)

Gordon said...

Great stuff! How did you tame that alligator?

Patty said...

What fun. I love the first one and the flamingos. You did a great job.

Thanks for joining us.

Ann said...

Thanks for visiting my site. I have been on hols overseas and have just got back.

I like the flamingoes. Once, my parents were clearing the yard of the house they just bought in Australia. They found two old faded flamingoes. They threw them away as they were really old.

Do you watch Amazing race? They always have to carry a gnome.

The swinging chilren look as though they were designed by the same person who did the fences on my blog down here in New Zealand.