Friday, July 2, 2010

More AH Gardening Awards: Best in Show

Enigma



Fantasy




Philosophy

Every time it rains, it rains



300 channels.

24 comments:

  1. You're funny with the words and funny with the photos.

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  2. Miss J would recognize these, um, spreads anywhere. Three trowels up- way up!

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  3. I like the the starkness of your aesthetic. Can I nominate my balcony?

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  4. That first one is a classic. A TV topiary?

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  5. Hilarious! Has Michele been in touch yet?

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  6. #1 begs many titles, including non-sequitur.

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  7. A parabolic antenna ... gives all the answers.

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  8. It appears from the roofline that "300 Channels" is by Frank Gehry.

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  9. Mister Earl, they still need to install the chainlink fencing.

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  10. I"m packed and ready to move. My kudzu pit is looking even better even if it's a hotbed for poison ivy and copperheads.
    V

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  11. My backyard would fit right in about now.

    You are a funny lady. You should start leaving little anonymous awards on these lawns. :D

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  12. That topiary looks like something large and furry should be leaping through it.

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  13. Have you considered a Cheap Hoe Garden Tour in conjunction with your awards? I'm sure it would be a big hit.

    WV: arbon. Arbon is a product that you put on trees and other plants to bring our their inner glow.

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  14. I'm following Susan on this one. Big screen TV with a chair in front of it. Is it supposed to be a picture frame to their living room? Please go knock on their door and ask

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  15. Earl, I'll take it under advisement.

    PA, I'd rather have it remain a mystery. They might have a perfectly logical explanation for the a 12-foot high topiary square in the front yard, and that would take the fun away.

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  16. I will wait patiently. I understand there's a lot of planning and organizing involved.

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  17. Enjoying this series. It occurs to me that I walk around looking for nice stuff to photograph, and there's so much I'm missing.

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  18. Another ad for Comcast! (I fired them and got AT&T, a humble outfit that's loyal to its customers . . . ).

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  19. Yes Banjo, it's smart to go with the small, hungry firm. So that was AT & what?

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  20. Isn't AT&T owned by the Millers who live around the corner about two blocks down?

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