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Sunday, May 10, 2009

More Weird Art

You've all read my writings about the BRD (Beautiful Rich Daughter). Here's a picture taken today of her and her beau.

But about her taste in art. Here are some photos of her back yard. As you can see, she's fond of "gazing balls". But if you look at the lower part of the first photo, you'll also see some bowling balls. She started buying them at yard sales a few years ago. Some she half-buried in her yard and told people they were growing there. Now, they just lie on the surface.





Meantime, one of her twin dogs just watches with curiosity.

11 comments:

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Odd and unique! Guess the dog is counting the times the bowls are rolling down the alleys, wherever they may be !!
Thanks for sharing.

Kitty said...

I've said before how much I like BRD's taste in art - I still do. I think her garden is fabulous. x

TomboCheck said...

Different strokes for different folks. :)

Catalyst said...

Keats - Yes, it is unique but very much "her".

Kitty - We were especially caught by the bowling balls! ;-/

Tombo - Yep!

Malicious Intent said...

Yup, I am with Kitty on this one. I like BRD's taste in art. I could see me doing that....matter of fact, I do do things like that. I always took it as a compliment to be called weird. It meant I was not normal, something I worked hard at. :)

Did you go see my video? Huh? Did ya? I saw no comments?? eh? :) Have to give you a hard time once in a while, don't I?

Catalyst said...

M.I. - I should stop referring to it as "weird", I guess. I like it, too.

Rob said...

Definitely different, and kinda weird. I liked the dog tho'

A bit sparse on the greenery and much on the spherical. But if they like it, that's all that matters! :D

Catalyst said...

Rob - This is Arizona. Grass is optional and, with 10 inches of rain a year, not a good option.

meggie said...

I always feel, if you cant have grass, you may as well have balls.

I like them! I love the dog of course!

Catalyst said...

Oh, Meggie!

Lucy said...

I sometimes like the idea of such clean dry gardens, where you can put pretty bright objects, like Herhimnbryn's in W.Aus, where she puts all those dear little odd bits of mosaic. If you did that here they'd all get covered in moss and green slime in five minutes... The bowling balls are great!