Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Thursday, February 12, 2015

High on a Fence Post and Good Fences

High on a Fence Post sits my newest Sneaky Gnome.  That little black object to the left is Dashiell (Dash) our youngest dog.


                           





On a recent weekend getaway this little creature sporting an orange hat slipped into the trunk of our car. Can you believe it?   Either could Hubby! 

True story, it occurred while I was collecting Good Fence photos across the street from The St. James Hotel.




Inside the city park was closed off, (as always in winter) but you can still walk all around it.



"In the morning, celebrate the beauty and warmth of sun light, in the evening, celebrate the song of silence and love of night." - Debasish Mridha




There's always such a exquisite glow about this place late at night when most folks are tucked away in their warm houses.  



Making the complete circle.


Not a footprint in sight, or maybe there were a few mysterious ones!





20 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

I love the shots looking through the circles in the fence.

sage said...

I always thought it was sad to close parks in winter... and I miss tramping around in the snow

eileeninmd said...

Pretty captures of the lights at night.. And I love the cute Gnome, it is amazing how they can sneak in on you and in the trunk! Have a happy day!

Knipsa Passtscho said...

Beautiful pictures of the park, I love the light!
And I like your gnome, no matter what hubby says ;)
Have a fine day
【ツ】Knipsa

EG CameraGirl said...

Very sneaky gnome! And I love your surreptitious photos of the park through the fence too. Sneakiness is catchy! :))

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I like the golden glows.

I'm sure we'll be seeing closeups of dashing Dashiell in the future...right?
~

TexWisGirl said...

love the golden, misty light! and your cute gnome fence-sitter. :)

darlin said...

Interesting that the park would close in the winter, someone has been in there though clearing snow from the looks of it. So now I'm curious if they clean the snow why not keep it open for people to walk through? Baffles me.

Cute gnome, I thought he was in the trunk on purpose and you were going to take photos with him in them... just a thought. :-)

Have a fantastic weekend Karen, cheers!

Debbie said...

what an adorable!!!! gnome, he's a real cutie!!

pretty images of that unusual fence, nice spots of golden light!!!

Pat said...

Love the nighttime glow.

Mascha said...

Very nice night-light-moods, but why they close the park?

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Killroy: "Loved the gnome."

RedPat said...

Odd that they close the park for winter. I guess they don't want to be liable for any injuries!
Love your stowaway!

Ida said...

I found it interesting that your park would be closed in winter. Your shots of it at night through the fence were just lovely. Also your new Gnome on the fence, totally adorable.

Felicia said...

some pretty good looking fences around there.

Linda said...

Nice little tour! Your gnome friend really gets around.

Carletta said...

I have always loved gnomes! :)
Your night shots are lovely!!!

Bob Scotney said...

I'm obviously missing something not getting out at night. Your fences added to the allure of the night.

Ruth Kelly said...

Very interesting to see a shot through the circle in the fence!

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Does Sneaky Gnome like to drink root beer with Sneaky Snake?