Wednesday, May 23, 2007

More "wildlife"

The neighborhood in which I found this interesting little fella is the same one where I photographed the carved tree statue yesterday. The toad looks like it is a sprinkler; when the hose is attached it appears that water sprouts out of the top of his head. He is located in a beautifully landscaped small garden. To see more of his lovely environment, click here.

18 comments:

  1. What a fun sprinkler. Its both a nice lawn ornament and does give the area a drink. Very nice sculpture.

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  2. je suis pas sur, que si on l'embrasse, que cette grenouille se change en belle princesse ;o)


    I am not on, that if it is embraced, that this frog changes into beautiful princess ;O)

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  3. Nice. Very unusual

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  4. I checked the really beautiful garden!

    The frog doesn't look quite happy. Thirsty?

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  5. Nice one...a well captured shot!

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  6. I suppose if you need to have something on the end of the garden hose, a frog or a turtle would work. I have seen the giant, colorful, bullfrogs for the ends of hoses and they look nice. The problem with these sorts of things is they come up missing.

    The second episode of the robins is on the blog today. The mother's head is down the baby's throat.

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  7. haha... funny posttitle and good picture.

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  8. These small things are so cheerful and make a garden alive.
    Your layout has got something new, nice!
    Have a good day!

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  9. The garden looks very zen to me ;-)

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  10. creative and what a pretty place as i saw it on your other blog.....i love gardens full of surprises like these...goes on to show how much care one has taken to make it a delightful place for oneself, one's family and friends and of course the onlooker and photo-bloggers :DDDD

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  11. I love it. A fun sprinkler. I would love one for my yard.

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  12. hmmm..reminds me of the bread you showed somedays ago :D

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  13. et alors, où est notre St Paul Journalier ;o)


    and then, where is our St Paul daily ;O)

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  14. Made me smile this one did!

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  15. I thought at first that this was carved too :) It must be funny to see water coming from the frog. Or was it a toad?

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  16. Oh, I like that little frog. Very interesting wildlife up there in St. Paul.

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