Monday, 1 November 2010

Nothing was, until I saw this. What a disturbing image!

This cat on a bag and the Sri Lankan puppet grinned at me from the back room.

The nursery garden today, yellow crab apples, white roses and red tree. One of the good things about my job is that it is part of it to take photos. So nobody notices that quite often the photos are not of the children.
This tiny and perfect parasol like mushroom appeared on the grass. I like its delicate colours. It didn't last long as it was just too attractive to tiny hands.






14 comments:

Mar said...

mushrooms make great photo subjects
and i didn't know a rose came in a tree form!
and that was a bit of a strange ad to walk past

Kat Mortensen said...

Ooh, creepy picture at the bus stop! I don't think I'd want to take that bus.

That is a nice element to your job and your pictures are always great.

Kat

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

That is a creepy picture at the bus stop!

Lucky you able to take photos when and where you want.

Sam said...

The mushroom and the pretty tree are lovely - the pussy cat bag is good too but the strange many headed lady ...hmmmm not so keen on her! That would have made an interesting Halloween costume actually!

Sam said...

Oh! You've been to Roma!! Lucky you! :0)

frayedattheedge said...

That ad is a bit creepy! The little muchroom is beautiful - we just have boring brown ones in the garden at the moment!

Leenie said...

From disturbing to delicate. Quite a variety of things to thing about. ;-D

Linda Sue said...

Sarah Bella- post card! YAY! I heart you! Your photos are pleasing except for the head full of plastic children...the parasol is perfect!I am procrastinating- I have French to study but am thinking to skip this evening class- my heart just isn't in it- it is with you!

Lori Saul said...

Interesting mix of photos- the head made of heads is an attention getter for sure. I really love the little mushroom though- how delicate-like a fairy parasol. Nature is absolutley charming all on its own!

Anairam said...

A creepy picture indeed. SOmetimes my brain feels like that - full of plastic. Although I can't say it feels like dolls' heads. More like ... lego, actually. I LOVE your altered postcards - you are one clever woman. I still remember those glassine envelope windows that you painted on, and have since collected some, but don't really know what paint to use. PS Thank you for my beautiful postcard!! From Rome! I have put it up next to a postcard of Picasso's "Two Crossed Hands". Micelangelo & Picasso - oh, I so need to travel again and go and look at ART!!!

Anairam said...

Aaaagh - mistype. I DID mean Michelangelo.

Gracia said...

Love that grinning cat image on bag. I will have to come back later to see the others as my computer is proving a trial and images refuse to load (my end).

cloudbusting2 said...

Now that doll head is playing in my mind. Yikes!

Inverness Daily Photo said...

That poster is seriously disturbing.