Strange & Foreboding, Daryl!Aloha-Comfort Spiral
this reminds me of so many things, especially my childhood. I find Teddy very sweet.
You certainly have an eye for finding out of the ordinary subjects to photograph!
For being such a 'mean girl' it sure was nice of you to send Little T a package. I think you are a nice girl. I am crossing my fingers that deep down you really are : ) I think Kindness always wins. I think.
petrified. lost in time. somehow your lens makes it less lonely.
Awww. Poor sweet little guy, left to slowly fall apart.
Wow! This one really makes ya think! Great shot!
THE DISAPPOINTED TEDDY BEARThe Disappointed teddy bear says,"I was supposed to be cuddly, to sleep on a child's bed, guarding her dreams."The Unfulfilled Flower Pot says,"I was supposed to bear beautiful flowers to line the garden, but instead I am upside down and stacked."The teddy bear's heart is as heavy as the rest of him.The flower pot's heart is full, but only with emptiness. This is why it rains in the garden--It is the only way they can cry.
I suppose he looks rather happy to see you, while thinking..."I asked for honey pots and they brought me flower pots...I don't suppose I could bother you for s spot of honey, could I?"I am a big A.A. Milne fan...HUGE...and I just love a pooh sitting on a porch. Yes, I have a vivid imagination.
Gee! I don't think he looks lonely or any of those other things. I think he's sweet.
I'm trying to imagine it brand new. Why is it that some things just look better old? Me for instance.
Candid shots of me before my shower are uncalled for.
I want that stone teddy bear Daryl! He is incredible and your photo is stunning... as usual.
Awwww, he needs love and definitely a hug!
Okay - I can't quite decide if the teddy looks cute or forlorn!
I love the teddy, I wonder what he did to get turned to stone?
What a poignant, wordless Wednesday shot!You are a genius!
Omigoodness! That is the cutest little teddy ever! EVER!
Ahh, he is adorable!
What a cool teddy bear!a friend for Buster!
When I posted this,She sent this.Together people make a difference.Thanks Daryl. You Rock Girl!
Oh, so very sweet, Daryl! The 1780 house had an extension built onto it including the 2 car garage and two bedrooms (and a bathroom)much later than 1780... The original part of the house is to the right as you look at the photo with one huge room and kitchen downstairs and 2 bedrooms in the attic. :)
Kind of sad...the poor teddy bear looks like he's been abandoned...
At first I thought 'oh poor little ted' then I thought it's made of stone it's sweet. It is made of stone isn't it?
This makes me think of a moment of childhood locked in time.
What a strange dichotomy in the sad, but cuddly, bear who isn't cuddly at all.
What a fun shot. Looks like it must be set aside from a garden.
This is a wonderful shot. You really do have an incredible eye for the unique.
Is he made of cement, it's really hard to tell! A nice spot Daryl.
And that's a cement Pooh? Didn't know there was such a thing, but he makes a perfect garden gnome.
Great photo...You should have taken the bear home... this one looks more likea Teddy Roosevelt bear ( the vest and jacket )... Pooh never wears clothes..too much of a free spirit.
He looks so sad...a stone Mr. Bear from the Edith books (do you know those? by Dare Wright?) A doll & two--stuffed--bears get into all sorts of scrapes. B&W photos throughout. The Lonely Doll--that's it!)
What a sweet shot! <><
Linnea is right. You do find some of the most unique subjects. This one is tres cool! (in a melancholy sort of way).
I want to take this sweet little teddy bear home with me.
You have a great eye, my friend. Great shot. Teddy looks.. stoned. ;)
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