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Monday, April 27, 2009

Zen Monday: #46


Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what the photo's about.

As I post each new Zen photo, I'll add a label to last week's to identify it if necessary (and if I know what it is).

19 comments:

Vanda said...

The Pez People came all the way from the Lower Yard to see the Giant Potted Plant. What they did not expect to see was something looking like a dead lizard sticking out of the ground.

Saretta said...

This looks like just so many porches from my childhood in Berkeley.

Shell Sherree said...

Wanted: one attractive preserves jar, water, and someone who knows what to do with it.

Jilly said...

Reminds me of my life in Queensland - pots everywhere, hanging baskets, colour - come to think of it, same as in Menton! And all a bit hippy - come to think of it...ditto.

Ted Thompson said...

"This time my ridiculously circuitous plan is FOOL PROOF!!"

HearkenCreative said...

There are children somewhere nearby...

Susan C said...

Spring has sprung and even the Pez are in bloom.

Dianne Emley said...

"On my signal, you two go around the back, the three of us will storm the front door. No prisoners."

J+P said...

The first PEZ dispensers left the factory in 1955.

By 2009 they'd almost reached the house.

marley said...

The healthy plants just wouldn't accept him as one of their own. Ahh.

altadenahiker said...

Garden statuary on a budget. Wait 'til you see the water feature.

J+P said...

Suh-weet—!

Clifford Beshers said...

Q: Why did the potted plant cross the road?

A: To save the little people from worshiping the false Lizard God.

Margaret said...

Where Pez dispensers go to die.

Christie said...

Poor plant. Maybe someone will adopt you and give you a good home.

Ms M said...

A costume party for termites??
"just keep moving, slowly, toward the house..."

Petrea said...

I have to thank my neighbor Whitney, who pointed this out when we were walking in the neighborhood.All I could think of was "We are marching to Peoria," to the tune of "Marching To Pretoria," which is much too odd.

Altadenahiker may just have the solution for my gardening problems.

Trish said...

amazing what you uncover when you do spring cleaning in the yard...only 5 short of a plastic minyan worshiping the idol of plantus half deadus.

Tanna said...

Hi Ho Hi Ho..it's off to work I go.