Friday, May 31, 2013

In Relationship

If your secondary subsidiary focal points

are 'animals' make sure they are in

relationship to their surroundings.
Garden & Be Well,   XO Tara
For many years I maintained a small  townhome back garden for a client.  She had a little rabbit that I would move each week, as if it were nibbling her flowers.  Her garden was always done on Fridays, her area of town has the BEST estate sales.  These cats are at my front door, pics taken this month.


Lori Buff said...

Little surprises like this make a garden fun. I imagine her guests enjoyed looking for the bunny as much as she enjoyed moving it.

Wendy A said...

Your remark about moving the rabbit made me laugh - I have one too and my little nieces love to make him travel around my garden!

Rebecca said...

Oh, they are wonderful (cats).

Renae Moore said...

I like this Tara!
Happy weekend!

Pink Overalls @DIY Home Staging said...

I'm always drawn to animal art in the garden. I've avoided it though, telling myself, from experience, that it looks all cute and interesting early in the season, and then foliage overtakes the rascals. Duh. Thanks for solving my dilemma, and in a fun way.

Anonymous said...

Such a great idea! My animals will be traveling soon!