Saturday, 13 May 2017

Shadow Storks



My O/H made  these storks out of bits of wood and broom handles a few years ago. They're watching over my broad beans in my little veggie patch and I love them.

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15 comments:

  1. Love the wooden stocks and neat shadow shot ~ thanks,

    Happy Mother's Day ~ ^_^

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  2. Your storks are very attractive and they have the great benefit of not needing feeding. They appear to be doing some sort of line dancing.

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  3. They are wonderful, Molly. I bet they make you smile every time you see them. I agree with Ray, they do look like they are line dancing.

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  4. I like them, what wonderful watch dogs, I mean watch storks. Some people are so inventive.

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  5. The storks are great and the broad beans look as though they are doing well. Hope the sale goes (or went) well.

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  6. He must have been a very creative man Molly, and with a sense of humour. I love the storks too.

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    1. He was. He loved repairing things too.

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  7. what an imaginative way to re-use old bits of wood!

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  8. May the storks guard crops for years to come!

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  9. Hello Molly. I hope you're keeping well. I like the row of storks guarding your broad beans and the shadows behind them on the grass. I believe you've been having sunshine over on your side of the Pennines, which is great.

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  10. Thank you so much for your comments xx

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