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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Flower wheelbarrow

While leaving at Belleville I noticed this in somone's yard. I see people doing the fallen bucket around here, but not a full size wheelbarrow and watering can with the flowers coming out of it. I liked it though.

17 comments:

Lavenderlady said...

I like it too. It looks as though this wheelbarrow has seen better days...missing a handle.

lv2scpbk said...

Heck, I didn't even notice the handle. They picked a good use for it then.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

That's a great idea!

Irina said...

Interesting solution of unordinary decoration :)

And thank you for visiting my blog.

Dsole said...

oh.. so that's for decoration? it's kind of funny!

PS, I found very interesting your post about the Amish comunity... you american people are quite different one of each other, and that's great.

Lori said...

That's very pretty. It looks like petunias growing there. I love petunias! They remind me of summer.

Craftymoose Crafts said...

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Randy said...

Beautiful. I love it when people use old wheelbarrows as garden art.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Now, that is an interesting art project, if I ever saw one.

Glad the gardener incorporated the wheel barrel in the art.

~tanty~ said...

It's unusual but I like it. Nice found.

Felicia said...

I imagine that it took some effort to place it just right without the 2nd handle! Thanks for visiting me in San Diego!

Stefan Jansson said...

I like this one. Either well planned or an accident I guess!

ICE_Molly said...

Fantastic piece of garden art! Around my neighbourhood, it's quite common to see old, unused row boats being used as flowering pots. Thanks for visiting Hayle Photos, indeed you saw people walking in the far right corner of the photo... as the tide was way out, the stretch of beach was huge and most of the people were walking near to the ocean =)

GMG said...

What a destiny for a wheelbarrow...
Your Amish posts are great!

james said...

I don't know what type of dog it is...but i guess pitbulls could be cute.
either way, the dog owner's boyfriend had bite marks all over his arm.

Olivier said...

tres bien vu et tres bien fait, bonne idee, bravo


very well considering and very well done, good idea, cheer

Sonia A. Mascaro said...

Very beautiful!

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