wordless wednesday

26 comments:

  1. Is this one of the traveling
    gnomes ??
    Great shot.!

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  2. serious!? - these creatures are everywhere doing all kinds of things, but mostly just standing and showing off their red pointy hats!

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  3. I love gnomes! That reminds me that I want to repaint my backyard gnome.

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  4. we don't have these gnomes ard here in Sg. NIce pose there!

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  5. Is he getting ready for Christmas or is he on the loose?

    Great shot!
    Happy WW Daryl!

    Anna

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  6. "Yes I know there's cement behind me...you got a problem with that, punk?"

    Priceless!

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  7. And he's a great little gnome too! Reminds me of the one stolen out of our front yard just weeks after we moved here; but we admit to perhaps placing him to close to the sidewalk under a huge camelia bush where he could read his book in peace. Sigh!

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  8. I have this uncontrollable urge to take a trip.

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  9. oh hell, the travel industry got so bad he had to take on extra work as a gardener

    what a shame

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  10. i like this shot. i learned today from yr post this is called a gnome

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  11. He's very industious, looks quite happy to be working in the garden, keepig the flowers happy.

    Gret idea for a photo!Happy WW!

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  12. I love the look on his face - just put the camera down and step back lady, and no one has to get hurt.

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  13. I just finished cutting, edging and trimming! I'll take a gnome or any other help I can get. Don't need anyone to water the grass, though. Do gnomes mow?

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  14. I like him. And I like the angle of your shot, showing the flowing water.

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  15. I suddenly have a hankering to watch 'Amelie' again.

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  16. That is the guiltiest look I have ever seen.

    Anything missing or broken in that garden?

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  17. To borrow from the Good Flea, "crap on a crutch!! That looks a lot like CR in a pointy hat. Hummmm.

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  18. Ha, faux grass makes me laugh and being watered by a gnome is that much funnier.

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  19. To gnome is to love him, yeah?

    This isn't how they usually do it... I guess gnomes are different.

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  20. reminds me of one of my favorite movies....Amelie...everybody loves a good garden gnome....

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  21. I. LOVE. THIS!!!! Love it! I have a story to put on my blog one day (it's half-typed in)that this reminds me of. Love it!

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