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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Snow Pictures!

A lonely Gazebo awaits the summer's sun.



Can't see it? Oh! Wait! Here you go!




I hope they never paint it! Somehow the peeling baby blue just adds to the charm!

17 comments:

Marilyn said...

What happened??? Neglect???? Too bad... it was probably beautiful in it's day!!
((HUGS))
Marilyn
xxoo

Eva Gallant said...

It looks like I feel! lol

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

It is beautiful. I can imagine picnics in the summer there. More snow coming our way tomorrow.

Lori E said...
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Lori E said...

I love old pieces in the garden. It gives them such character. Old gates, windows, doors and even bathtubs.
This pretty one has chicken wire underneath it for some reason.
Sorry about the first post. I was part way through typing my comment when I enlarged the pictures. I came back and wasn't sure if I had posted it because my typing was gone.

ethelmaepotter! said...

It's lovely. We expect our first snowfall of the season tonight, and I'm taking my new camera out!

Queenmothermamaw said...

It is amazing how romantic a gazebo looks. Nice and sturdy or falling down there is something mystical about them. I love to spy one sitting out in a field somewhere. We have one with a swing in it. Great pictures.
QMM

Richard @ The Bewildered Brit said...

It's pining for the sun, just like me!

Sarah said...

I agree, don't paint it. This is a sweet gazebo. Thanks for sharing these photos today. You asked about the chocolate cake in my post for tomorrow's TT. I've gone in to edit the post to include the recipe. It is so easy! This one is great for picnics. Hope you enjoy. ~ Sarah

tainterturtles said...

What a nice photo...love the chipped paint. I bet the Gazebo is beautiful in the summer months.

Thanks for visiting my blog today.

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Oh I'm ready for some warming sun as well! Thanks for your sweet visit today -- you're welcome to my table anytime.....how about bringing over some of that wonderful looking stew -- I think I could smell it!

Linda said...

Its very beautiful in its own Shabby Chic way, a style thats hard to copy unless its real and aged. Lovely. Lindax

Jayne said...

We're awaiting some snow here too. They closed school simply in "anticipation" of it... lol. Pretty photos. :c)

crochet lady said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog!

I have always wanted a gazebo, maybe someday. Actually I'd like to find one that is old. The blue paint it a pleasant surprise on that little structure. Looks great witht the snow on it.

Nina Diane said...

it is very charming..you'll have to go back in the spring and get a pic of it

troutbirder said...

The mood is elegantly decayed.
Waiting for something. Quiet. Not plastic. I like it a lot.

Dolores said...

Beautiful picture, I love the chipped paint gazebo with the snow..... looking forward to seeing it again in the spring.