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My group of garden, ornamental creatures for Ange.

kate123

By kate123

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Popped out this morning before I left for work to take a few pics – a couple of birds, an amphibian and a colourful lizard.
Hoping to see everyone else’s garden ornamental birds and beasties 😁

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There lovely Kate, especially that cheerful looking robin, I have been taking a few in my clients gardens, just need to get a few more from this chaps garden tomorrow, it always makes me laugh because two of his ornaments he bought did not go down well with his other half, will put them on here to continue this theme.

25 Nov, 2020

 

They are all smart creatures, Kate...is the bird a Curlew?Especially like the lizard.

25 Nov, 2020

 

They’re great Kate ... the colourful lizard is my favourite 🙂.

25 Nov, 2020

 

Love the frog - he looks so smug. Stay well Kate & thanks for the 'pick me up'! You asked, so I posted a little something of my indoor garden.

25 Nov, 2020

 

I think frogs are turning into a theme. Great that you took the time to photograph your very colourful group, Kate. They are all very appealing but I see the "added Robin" gives seasonal appeal! Thanks for taking the time.
(No-one seems to be admitting to naked ladies in the shrubbery....)

26 Nov, 2020

 

They are all cute Kate and never thought of taking pictures of mine, although at the moment I need a new memory card and as we are still in lock down, can't get one.

26 Nov, 2020

 

I like all of them Kate . . . :o)

26 Nov, 2020

 

As Rose says, Kate, they are cute! I don't have any figures on the balcony - there's hardly enough room for the pots & plants I now have let alone make space for figures! :D)

The lizard really stands out but the Robin is also nice!

26 Nov, 2020

 

Love them all Kate :-) They all make me smile.

26 Nov, 2020

 

They are all so very different I can't choose...

26 Nov, 2020

 

They are lovely. Thanks for showing them to us.

27 Nov, 2020

 

Thank you everyone, such lovely comments!
Julia, I think it’s a curlew or wader of some sort!
I’m looking forward to checking out everyone else’s!
Thanks all! Keep yourselves safe, well and happy x

27 Nov, 2020

 

All of them lovely, do the job of putting a smile on your face.

27 Nov, 2020

 

They are all lovely, I'm a soft touch actually as I have ornaments that were bought for my garden that I deem too nice for outside, my family despair of me sometimes, lol...
Its not good outside today so haven't photographed mine yet, I'll try to remember and show my indoor/garden ones as well...

28 Nov, 2020

 

They're nice aren't they. I like the colourful lizard :)

28 Nov, 2020

 

Thanks Stroller, Lincslass and Hywel, it’s definitely great to add a smile! Thanks Hywel, it’s on the side of the log store cum shed. Lit up at night!
Lincslass, I can appreciate some pretty things are too fragile for outside especially against the elements!
Think Ange has started a great blog, it’s great to get out -if able - and share our garden chums and creatures at this time. 😊

28 Nov, 2020

 

It lights up ? It must look pretty all lit up :)

28 Nov, 2020

 

Sorry Hywel, I should have said - it is lit up by a garden light focused on it ☺️

29 Nov, 2020

 

ha ! I see, I thought it was wired in :D

29 Nov, 2020

 

Took me a while to see what the first pic is. I see the robin now, duh! lol! Very clever Kate.

30 Nov, 2020

 

Hywel - I shall have to take a pic of it ‘lit up’ - it’s raining this evening, so maybe another time 😁

30 Nov, 2020

 

It would be nice to see it :)

30 Nov, 2020

 

I will endeavour to post this week. ☺️

30 Nov, 2020

 

It’s ok Paul, it was me taking a close up of a ‘metal robin’ - trying to be artistic 😂

30 Nov, 2020

 

LOL no I see it now. I have to remember my robin is different than your robin. It's definitely a robin.

30 Nov, 2020

 

Nice collection Kate, you really can pick up some some fantastic garden art now. Kim loves it and have got loads dotted around and hanging up in the garden. Kim and the kids have got me a cast iron hand operated watertrough pump for christmas. will post some pictures of the trough i made with a planter combined with it. just need it to go a bit more rusty to give it a bit more character.

30 Nov, 2020

 

Thanks Davey, I tend to agree, there is some lovely garden art and pieces out there. I’m looking forward to seeing your Christmas present from Kim and the kids! It’s sounds a perfect gift - a great addition to your garden.

30 Nov, 2020

 

Paul - you do make me chuckle! 😁

30 Nov, 2020

 

Thanks Kate. I enjoy your blogs and your appreciation for abstract art.

1 Dec, 2020

 

Thank you Paul, that is really kind of you ☺️

1 Dec, 2020

 

Your welcome Kate and I like that lizard too. Amazing how they can climb straight up the walls and around the ceiling

1 Dec, 2020

 

😉

1 Dec, 2020

 

Loving that lizard...... We have loads of tat in our garden....lol

22 Dec, 2020

 

Thanks, Dd. Looks like we all have tat!!! 😆

23 Dec, 2020

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