Saturday, August 6, 2005

Ugly

This guy is so ugly he even makes me jump when I unexpectedly look down and see him.
Do I get a prize for the ugliest garden ornament?

12 comments:

  1. This reminds me of the huge "pond toad" that I saw on my road in N.B. It was that big and I thought for sure that someone had lost a garden ornament on the road. Then my neighbor walked up to it and tapped it on the butt and it sluggishly went across the road and back to the bog. UG!!!!!!!!!

    Taracotta

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  2. He's saying...hey lady, you need a pond! ; )

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  3. LOL, ladies.
    No pond fo rme -- too much work caring for it with all of the pine trees I have. I would be picking pine needles out all the time. I have all the garden work I can handle right now!

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  4. Nice new picture, Dianne. How did you do that? You are so clever in this blog world.

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  5. I don't think he is all that ugly.

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  6. My photo is 'morphed'. I got the idea from Dr. Cutie Troublemaker's blog (I've gotten a lot of ideas from her). She even had to tell me how to save it (print screen into paint). Check out how cool her morphed photos are (see my side bar)! Most of mine were horrible.
    Could you not have a water feature on your pretty deck? ; )

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  7. Never heard of "morphed" photos before. Thanks for the info.
    Yes, I have been thinking of a fountain for the deck. I have a couple of electrical outlets on it. Just have not found anything I really want yet.

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  8. Sandy, I think you may be the only person who has ever said a kind word about this guy. LOL

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  9. I like frogs, doesnt seem ugly to me either. I would love to have him in my garden...wait....I have the real things, even better!

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  10. I think he's beautiful. I had a toad that lived in my shady area in back. I was going to buy him a toad house from Lee Valley. I guess he moved on or died because I haven't seen him this year or last.

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  11. we live adjacent to some woods, and every spring you can walk in there and the ground is covered in bbaby toads hopping around for about a week..countless numbers :)

    Several have lived in my garden since i've lived here. They burrow under the house and sleep through the winter.

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  12. I like it! I think he's beautiful!

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