Brilliant, Sandra! i love your take on the subject (pun intended!) Happy Thursday to you. xx
Hello, Sandra! I would not have guessed the subject from the first photo. The fern is pretty. Do you have pick up for bulk items? Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
MOL MOL we thought it was mesh fence. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder for sure and MS you see lots of beauty by being observantHugs madi and Mom
And it could possibly be found eons from now and take antiquarians forever to figure out what it was and how it was used. In the meantime, I like that color in the garden.Best,Bonnie
Laughing when you say trash. Very observant you are what hubby's puts things. Instead of finding out who will pick it up. I guess he is more into walking and swimming. Trash to him is a thing of the past. Seeing you have the camera then it is your discovery. Was a convent place for him to trash it. No big deal to hubby. A man thing..
The balance...the color...fantastic.
There is that spot of sunlight we love so much. Would have never guessed what the background was in that first photo.
the colors are so pretty! Bob is hooking you up with photo shoots. :)
Sandra, I just love how you can make something out of nothing really.Love your style.
The beauty is so often seen in the eye of the beholder.As is often the case when you see beauty and capture it on a picture,others can see it as well. I like the colors in these pictures.Who cares that it is from 'trash'.
Love it. I never would have guessed that was a chair. I wonder what kind of trashy art I can find around here.
What lovely light!!
Now these are fun photos, I love the lighting and the pretty green.
I thought it was a fence at first too!
You have an eye for the beauty in everything - even the trash.
I have one just like it propped against a pole out in the side yard. They don't make lawn chairs like that much anymore and I remember having to buy webbing to replace the old...wow, seems like yesterday. I love that color blue!
I like it! I didn't realize it was a lawn chair at first.
LOL, love your sense of humor and your art.
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