Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Yard Art on Thursday



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Jeanie lives down the block from me and recently put these adorable raccoons in her yard. When I was photographing them she came out and we started up a conversation. I now have a new friend and a new source of Yard Art... :)

Yikes I forgot Mr. Linky. Oh well, next week...

14 comments:

Thom said...

I just love those. So cute :)

♥ Kathy said...

They are totally cute! My mom would love them but her dogs would probably freak out thinking they were real lol they don't like to share their yard :)

Patti said...

Those raccoons are cute, although I don't care for the real live ones.

Marina said...

These raccoons are adorable!

Carletta said...

Such friendly looking yard art!
So glad you found a new friend Mary. Does she blog?

"Lois Grebowski" said...

Those sure beat the the live ones!

Rita said...

Raccoons hiding in the dense population of New York.

I love it. It is quite humous.

And, possibly the only ones that neighborhood children will ever see outside of a zoo.

Gattina said...

They are adorable ! I want one, lol ! Doesn't exist here of course. I have to help myself with cats !

Greyscale Territory said...

Such playful and cute faces peeking out!

ellen b said...

Oops! Well I posted my yard art anyway. How great that you got to meet a new friend while scouting for yard art! Cute critters!

happilyretired said...

Kewl find ... luv the raccoons and glad you made a new friend ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

grey like snuffie said...

Those raccoons are great...she did a great job of placing them...looks perfect. I'm so glad I found out about your meme...I LOVE yard art...if not over done.

Mimi said...

They look as though they're quietly keeping guard over her yard.
Great photo!
Sorry I haven't been posting any yard art- hadn't time to take any shots, but next 2 weeks (on Easter hols :) ) will make up for that!

Marilyn said...

I love it when the neighbors become friends. I hate how we all seem so wrapped up in our own little worlds that the neighbors are usually strangers.