Wednesday, October 24, 2012


Image by SnaggleTooth

Photo by SnaggleTooth Oct 2012

There are alot of stone wall features near my place, like this round planter a couple cottages down my road. I liked the plant shapes n colors when I took the pic a couple weeks ago, but not the background, showing homes. I do such a good job of excluding human habitat clutter in my pics usually.

Today tho, it seems a good example of showing how crowded together most cottages are here. Plus I really like the altered versions.

Image by SnaggleTooth


At 5:58 AM, Blogger Lynn said...

I'll bet those cottages are lovely.

At 10:38 PM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

Snaggle Tooth said...
Lynn, they are very small, built as summer habitats. Only one has year-round folks there in 3 rooms. The walls are for flood protection.

At 11:51 PM, Blogger Jannie Funster said...

I like those spiky plants in the middle. They do that in a lot of round planter boxes in Nova Scotia too, looks nice. Great until the frost gets them.

I like those little summer places, the Cape Cod colors intrigue and calm me. And of course, I always like the architecture in your neck of the woods.


At 8:41 PM, Blogger Chris Edgar said...

Wow, that really accentuates how vibrantly alive and warm the plant is, despite being totally stationary.

At 2:00 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

JanF, I think it's an iris plant. Most plants out there are still Ok this week, but I brought in the Thyme just in case.
No two cottages here look the same-

Chris E, Plants are some of my favorite living things. I do like those walking trees in Lord Of The Rings II Twin Towers.

At 10:59 PM, Blogger Erica B said...

the good news is that most of the houses are unoccupied most of the year. I often forget how narrow the streets are down there until I visit and I am always surprised! Never thought twice about it when I lived there.

Hope you stay dry, warm, and in once one piece *with* electricity the next couple of days!

At 3:54 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

MB, TG Fall is quiet around here- Thanks, I'm wondering how it'll be n of course have to work- We have to go in very early the next 2 days. Never know with all these trees- thanks!


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