Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Outside or Inside- Good Fences

"Mix a little foolishness with your serious plans;
it's lovely to be silly at the right moment."
Horace


Beginning in the true outdoors,




Have you ever dreamed of having a lovely yard right inside your very own house?  Well this is exactly that.  Wishes do come true, with various shades of paint and a little fencing, instant outdoors in any room.


You can do it too.



Just beyond this gate, my Words for Wednesday begins.

A nearby wardrobe assistant on a photo shoot stared in bewilderment from her tent as Charlie Joy, an agent for the F.B.I. flew his microlight off a roof of a local tyre factory (known for their experimental shoe breakthrough that every shoe manufacture was in awe of) so much so that they sent their best chair person to hound their designer.
(All 12 words complete.)




  Add a telephone pole with a few birds on the wires and



possibly throw in a bucket or a chair,



and of course genuine fencing against the painted wall and you have 



summer all winter long.


I'm hoping you all have your Halloween costumes in order, (if you're one to dress up) just remember what Horace said-

"It's lovely to be silly at the right moment."

27 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

very cute screen set! and halloween decor, too.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Karen, wonderful post and fence images. I enjoyed your poem. And the quote is perfect for Halloween! Happy Thursday, enjoy your weekend ahead!

Christine said...

How wonderful to have the talent to paint such scenes indoors & make it feel like the outside! Great details!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Excelente trabalho e belas fotografias.
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Killroy was here

Jeanie said...

What cheery pumpkins -- I love the heart eyes! How clever!

Happy Halloween!

Cloudia said...

Deep imagination, K



"Mix a little foolishness with your serious plans;
it's lovely to be silly at the right moment."
Horace


ALOHA, Friend
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Breathtaking said...

Hello Karen!:) It's a lovely idea to bring the outdoors indoors... perfectly illustrated here with fence, and those Halloween pumpkins are great.

Shug said...

Neat...very neat!! Have a Blessed day.

Mascha said...

What an awesome idea!

Linda said...

Very beautiful and creative!

RedPat said...

Fabulous fence and scenery! And not a bit silly! ;-)

Elephant's Child said...

Love your use of the words. And the images.
Silliness is very, very healthy. And essential. In my world anyway.

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

I'm a big fan of silly-it's very contagious!

Ida said...

What a fun painting. Did you paint it? - Being "silly" is fun.

Lee said...

Very well done with utilising the words...compact, concise and to the point! :)

Gail said...

Amazing! I don't get out enough I see only fences I have just repaired or those needing repairing.

Felicia said...

very nice, i like it.

River said...

All twelve words in the one short paragraph! Well done and it's a good little story too.
I love that little pumpkin man in your first picture.
Living in Australia, where we don't get snowed in or even frosted, I have no need to paint a garden inside, my outside is green all year. It's a fabulous idea though.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Does that pumpkin just have really big eyes or has my appearance shocked someone else?

sage said...

Beautiful, but you can't step into such a world (except in fantasy). Have a good Halloween.

kaykuala said...

Never thought fences can be so alluring. It invites instead of being an obstacle to entry. Great pics Karen!

Hank

humbird said...

Oh! saw 'them' in the costumes in the darkness while I was driving cautiously....good photos! have fun in right moment, dear one!

Anonymous said...

Very nice.....

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Debbie said...

soft, beautiful images...nice pumpkins!!!!

EG CameraGirl said...

How lovely to have summer all winter! (Except I like winter too.)