Thursday, July 16, 2009

Friday Shoot Out - Yard Art

Natural yard art - dwarf iris leaves, a spider web and a few raindrops





Natural volunteer yard art - pansies that "chose" to appear in my neighbour's driveway





Un-natural yard art, as seen on Highway 59 north of Woodstock


The Friday Shoot gang is comprised of a bunch of fun people you'll find listed on the right side of this blog. Next week's theme is "reflections" - thanks to Audrey for choosing it.

18 comments:

  1. Fascinating spider web. And that last yard art photo is a hoot.

    Great pics, Elaine.

    Give Gray a little back rub for me.

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  2. The raindrops are wonderful! great shots.

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  3. Yep, me too! What a stunning photo.xx♥

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  4. I commented on your last water shot and I love this one as well! So clear.

    Have a great weekend.

    Dan

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  5. Thanks Dan! I've struggled in the past with use of the macro setting on my little Canon SX100 but this is one time when it worked quite well. My macro shots are coming along.

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  6. What an incredible mishmash yard at the end! Possible the prizewinner for weird yard art!

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  7. beautiful shot of the raindrops on the spiderweb!! Great work!!!

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  8. Well done with those piccies Elaine XXX Don

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  9. Lovely shots!! The first one is amazing!! Yikes - that is a huge number of "thinkgs" in that yard!!
    Sarah

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  10. I love that first picture...and the brave pansies. And as for the Un-natural yard art...well.. remind me to show you a place on our French Shore drive, when you get home!

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  11. I love the second picture with the pansies sneaking through. Three really great contrasting ideas of yard objects.

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  12. Such a fascinating collection!

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  13. Those raindrops look like floating pearls.

    Beautiful photos!

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  14. Spiderweb with the raindrops was awesome!

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  15. Now, just tell the truth! You snatched all of the yard art in your neighborhood and put it in your yard for one shot. That's it, isn't it?
    Did you tell all of those people that we have no rules?

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  16. Gordon, I'll have to do a proper post on the location of the 3rd photo. It's a private property called Windmill Hill and the curios in this photo are just the tip of the iceberg....

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  17. Sorry it took me a few days to get over here, but your photos were worth it! Nice color in your shots...I need to get a new camera...

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