Today’s Photo: The Blue Door
Occasionally driving around, I find something that I have need to stop and take a photo of because it is compelling to me. That was how I ran across these teal painted doors the other day. I actually was attracted to the building because the huge painted billboard on the side and then saw these near the back of the building. I could not pass up the contrasting colors and I really like the old weathered look.
Today’s Photo: The Little Piggy
It seems to me that most people take car of cars as if they are just a method of getting from one point to another. Now, there are exceptions to that, but I hardly ever see a motorcycle that has been treated in the same way that I see cars. I found this little piggy somewhere in Tennessee a couple years back. Of course, it was well taken care of and I’d have to say it probably screamed wee all the way home.
Today’s Photo: Miniature World
I have tried several times to grow bonsai trees. I think they are some of the coolest plants, but they are tons of work and I can’t seem to get the hang of it. So, when I get to see them, I understand what goes into growing them and have a huge respect for gardeners that can keep them up. One of the coolest collection of bonsai that I have seen was at the Smith Gilbert Gardens. They have bonsai that are decades old and even one that is centuries old. I love that the gardeners not only grow a miniature tree, but also include other plants that mimic the scale. I just wish I had a couple Lego people to put in this scene.
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