Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge (CFFC): Garden Ornaments

Cee Neuner: This week our topic is celebrating Metal of any type.

Since it is such a beautiful day, more like summer, self went around her backyard, taking pictures of metal garden ornaments. Without further ado:

Her newest garden ornament: Tibetan wind chimes, purchased last summer from Growing Grounds in downtown San Luis Obispo, right across from the San Luis Obispo mission.

Her oldest: the pig watering can, which has seen better days.

In her hanging planter, a bird built a nest.

The metal crocodile on the wall of the shed reminds her of Bacolod, Dear Departed Dad’s hometown. Her grandfather opened the first zoo in the Visayas, and one of the zoo animals was a crocodile that lived to a very great age. When it finally died, her cousins had it stuffed. Don’t know which cousin kept the stuffed crocodile. She should find out.

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

8 thoughts on “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge (CFFC): Garden Ornaments

  1. The Tibetan wind chime is gorgeous! I want one!! A pig watering can, eh? Quite a rare specimen! How lucky for you that a bird made its nest in your planter! I hope you will have a chance to observe the birds and I guess using it as a planter will have to wait until next year!

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    1. I love the store where I bought the wind chime. Proceeds go to mental health foundations. The pig watering can keeps moving around the garden (I keep stumbling across it, then moving to somewhere else) And birds nest in planter makes me happy, maybe plants can wait.

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