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Garden ornaments from Julien Ok

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Ok so here’s a few ornaments from clients gardens hope you enjoy.

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Lovely - I like the owls, especially the little stumpy ones on the pebbles... The caterpillar reminds me of a Welsh Dragon I wanted to buy but didn't! Isn't it interesting seeing the various tastes of your clients?

26 Nov, 2020

 

Thanks for posting Julian.

26 Nov, 2020

 

Thanks yorklass and klahanie, yes the owls are from someone’s garden that are obsessed with owls I put only a few on as they have so many all over the place, it’s funny the naked lady caused a bit of controversy and had to be removed from its pond setting and shoved at the back of the garden in the stream bed, his wife wad not amused😂

27 Nov, 2020

 

What a clever idea, Julien. I thought the 'half draped and naked ladies' were a bit under represented in these threads, but maybe embarrassment means they're all hidden as in your client's garden!! I'm fond of the toadstool birdbath and its caterpillar. Thanks for sharing.

27 Nov, 2020

 

those owls remind me I do have one, a present from a pupil. I must find it, it is in the garden somewhere.

27 Nov, 2020

 

Interesting blog. Thank you for showing your clients ornaments.

27 Nov, 2020

 

So interesting to see other peoples ornaments Thanks for showing ...

27 Nov, 2020

 

Thanks for sharing Julien! Your clients have some great garden ornaments. I’m seeing a pattern...naked ladies and birds!!! Seem a favourite in the gardens!!! ☺️
It’s great how we all enjoy things that make us smile!!

27 Nov, 2020

 

Some great ornaments there Julian! I too am fond of the bird bath and caterpiller!

28 Nov, 2020

 

Great photographs Julien, plenty of owls, I do have a few around here, I don't have any naked ladies but I do like them..Thankyou for sharing...

28 Nov, 2020

 

Some nice ornaments Julien, I like the owls :)

28 Nov, 2020

 

Thanks to you all for your nice comments, a few years back I worked for this lady who had a tiny back garden that was on a slope, this was made into rockery, not by be it has to be said, which was an absolute nightmare to weed it was a once a year job, and every October I would call and weed and clear it, not only was it covered in weeds but there was so many ornaments, rabbits birds figurines etc, it was completely overdone and having tripped on the rockery over a large stone rabbit, I told her she had way too many ornaments for such a small space, and that I had counted them fifty seven in total, floppsy the stone rabbit had been dislodged by my fall and was none too pleased more so about me counting them which made me laugh and uncontrollable laughter when I was told to be careful of floppsy, she was quite stern which made it more comical.

28 Nov, 2020

 

5th one down is my favourite

1 Dec, 2020

 

LOL, I can liken myself to your lady, I'm always tripping over my ornaments that are near my fishpond, I have plenty of room here so could move some of them, daft as it might seem I haven't got the heart to move them away from their homes.....I have a mummy floppsy as her ears got knocked off, I found them whilst taking photo's so now I have to sneak hubby's magic glue out and mend her...

2 Dec, 2020

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