This is not the greatest picture, but it should have been. I LOVE how the morning glories are so thick on the post and are reaching out along the fence.
I have had a love/hate relationship in my life Mom always grew them at one end of the porch. Always loved them there.
But they were the bane of our existence otherwise. They were in the garden, in the corn, in the tobacco. They grew any and everywhere with no effort at all. Always had to try to keep them hoed out of the garden and tobacco...always having to stoop and pull those up that were too close to the actual plant to risk using a hoe...though I have used a hoe and ended up cutting down a plant now and again.
There is just something about the leaves hanging down on this hibiscus plant...I don't know just what it is but I like it. Even if they aren't yellow or orange or red....or some other bright autumn color.
During the Covered Bridge Festival, there is a flea market that opens up at Veedersburg, Indiana. We ran up there Sunday after noon...this was one of two old planes I saw. BTW, the price on it was $150.
We passed this yesterday....I have tried to capture it before but never have too much success. It is on the highway. So far we have not had the opportunity to even slow down. I was pleasantly surprised with this one. The roof is in really rough shape....I don't think anything would stay dry inside.
We were headed north to Veedersburg...taking the long way there by going up 63, then cutting across at Cayuga. I spotted his mom and pop and had Roger pull over...that is when he noticed this third. I will have the mom and pop over at Pics & Pieces...the juvenile looked even bigger than the mom and dad....at least I assume they were the mom and dad. S/he seemed bigger than either of them....I think if I looked out my door and seem them every day of my life that I would still be thrilled to see them.
You could just call her twinkle toes....for the the toes have little lights that twinkle on and off as she walks. And those laces...tie them once and be done. The shoes have zippers! So easy to get on and off.
Technically, I guess they are not murals....but I called the first one that. So will continue to do so. I did know they they were not painted directly on the wall....but then Ginny said something about it. I should have corrected myself on that post, but by that time I thought about doing it, it was late in the day.
I can't post a picture of it, without giving the credit due to the artist(s). This was my other favorite from the wall. I just simply love it. Can you believe it is done by Junior High Art Classes...even with the help of a teacher. It is fabulous.