It looks a bit industrial now but I'm sure the plants will soften the overall look quite a look. Can you post an update in, say, three months? I do like some of the metal elements.
I'll try to remember!
Uh oh...Pam is now scouting Austin for some of those old milk pails! Seriously, the varied sculptures are ecletic but somehow the rust ties them all in, even the one modern one in front by the window.
I found myself wondering if the neighbors love it, or hate it.
I have a lust for rust. Rust is my middle name.
Sandy Rust Lawrence, yep that has a nice ring to it!
Now that we've seen the "bones", we won't rest until Mom Nature puts some meat on dem bones...you will be updating us, won't you?
I really should start a follow up calendar shouldn't I? I think there have been a few others I've promised to revisit...and forgotten about.
Love metal, including rusty metal in the garden! These are so unique. I'd love to see them with more greenery around them too.
A different "twist" on reusing found items. Lots of good ideas that can be personalized.I would enjoy seeing this when the plants are out.
I think what I like about this one is the fact that they've gone for it in a big way. They aren't just sticking a few pieces in here or there...nope they are going big!
Talk about rusty creative flair, lovely!
I wonder what they do for a living?
The Mind boggles!!
Hmmmmmmmmmmm, not great!!!
So I guess it's a good thing you don't live across the street from them.
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