Sunday, July 18, 2010

A Mini Met: Repositioning of Chaise and Plants

These are flower boxes hanging from our fence by the driveway. They are my contribution for Mosaic Monday, which is hosted by Mary of

I am bored in the hotel so I am going to blog. Luckily, I have a few pictures in my laptop that should qualify for Met. Monday, that is hosted by Susan at

and Sally's Blue Monday at

Those 2 lounge chairs are right outside our home office. I thought they were blocking my view a bit so I moved them slightly.

Actually, I pretty much just put them on an angle, really not that much change. And then I moved 2 planters with trellises behind them and here's how it looks now.

There's AJ when she was with us last month in a blue bathing suit. Another blue is the big pot
straight ahead with a blue cypress in it and a smaller blue pot next to it. And of course, the pool water is very blue.

Lastly, I want to show you this bird nest on one of our hanging plants on the gazebo. I thought I would take a picture of the eggs so I zoomed the camera and took a shot. I really could not see with my eyes because the nest is deep inside the plant and to my surprise when I took the memory stick into my computer to look at the pictures, I saw the mama bird with its wide eyes just watching. Doesn't she look mean? LOL! I think she is ready to attack to protect her babies. Do you know what kind she is?

A week later, I took more pictures. Sorry for the poor quality of the photos. Just like I said, I really could not see anything in there, it was too dark so I was just trying to take pictures while zooming blindly. Do you see at least 3 baby birds?

Hope you enjoyed my mini met for today. Thanks for coming and thanks to our hostesses. If you want to see better mosaics, blue items and transformations, go visit Mary, Sally and Susan and their participants.
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