Monday, November 5, 2012

Zen Monday #219

There is much I could tell you about this photo, but as is my wont, I won't. Instead, how about you tell us?

18 comments:

Kalei's Best Friend said...

That die hard battery says it all!.

Adele said...

I like the well-placed trash can. Ready to spring into action!!!!! Someday...

Petrea Burchard said...

I should mention that this is not a residence.

Bellis said...

Ah, we've reached the Zenith of Zen Mondays! Those things must have been left outside because they couldn't fit through that narrow door.

LONDONLULU said...

I hoped no one really lived there and glad you confirmed it's not a residence. (Though enterprising FEMA staff could turn this into temporary shelter - sorry, I've got FEMA on the mind lately!)

Pasadena Adjacent said...

Your not in San Marino anymore Dorothy

Trish said...

Dr Smith's magnetic testing lab collected all sorts of things around it, as seen by the bike, the bouncy ball, the mattress, the battery and yes, the sticker from his old Zenith TV. What we used to call magnetic attraction is now Dr Smith's Zenith theory of attraction.

Speedway said...

FOR SALE: Small Hollywood bungalow, aluminum siding, gas heat, off street parking. Possible 2nd BR. Fixer upper waiting for the handy man or woman. Live w/the stars. Asking $550K.

Speedway said...

Oh,yeah: "Motivated Seller."

Trish said...

Dorothy stuck her head outside her little hide-a-way and said "I don't think we're in Kansas anymore Toto!"

Trish said...

Dr Emmett Brown's first lab and castoff parts previously used to fuel the flux capacitor.

altadenahiker said...

For rent: One bedroom, bath, garden view, sleeping porch. Batteries not included.

Ms M said...

The Zenith of luxurious living.

Margaret said...

Try harder !

Petrea Burchard said...

Nobody said "nadir" yet so it's mine.

Linda said...

Looks like the typical British family summer holiday.

Petrea Burchard said...

Ha! Oh dear, you're dashing my fantasies.

Tom said...

looks familiar,lol