One more of those and they'll have enough garden gnomes to launch Operation World Gnomination.
Yep, fun and colorful -- regardless of the significance!! Great shot!!!Thanks, as always, for sharing!! Hope you have a great new week!!
I can't beat William's punny comment.
What a great find! I like William's comment too.
I think William has said it all for this one, Lowell! ;-))
Exterior decoration!In reply to your question on my post - The autorickshaws in the photograph are powered by 'Compressed natural gas' and not battery operated. They are a cheaper mode of transport.
Yep. William nailed it.All I can add is: really??!
in France, people steal garden gnomes to free the forest
:-)Very fun picture...God save the Queen !Pierre
I shudder to think what happens here at Christmas!
A whole gnomes community in this garden !
Love William's comment! There used to be a house like this in my mother's neighborhood... One of the first signs of spring was that the gnomes were out...
There's gnome place like home.----gag!MB
Haha! That's quite the quirky crowd going on there Lowell, hard to resist a shot :)
World Gnomination could really be around the corner...
That is quite a lot of yard trinkets. I even see Snow White in there. The World Gmomination comment has me laughing out loud!To answer your question about "Mole", it's a sauce made of chilies and chocolate and when you get the proportions right, it's just about perfect. This place does it very well. In this case the sauce is poured over the enchiladas.
Such fun and very colourful! :)
No comment about this garden, but seeing from your posts, you seem to have unique neighbors who enjoy their own way.Yoko
What a find! :-)
I once had a neighbour who liked to decorate like that. ;))
I don't know what to think... LOL!
I did not know that the English also collect garden gnomes. After all, they are usually in German gardens - and there almost every garden has at least one or two elves.They are quite cute, if not too many :D
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