Posted by teacherjulie @ 10:59 pm

Its Saturday once again and its time to hunt for photos with something WILD.

I was a little pressed for time so I just had to make do with the photos I have and did not bother rummage through my archived photos.

Are these shell lamps pretty? These shell lamps hang on a trellis in the MIL’s second floor mini-garden.

So what is wild about this?

MIL just arrived from a six-month vacation in the USA and there was no one to tend her mini-garden while she was away so the trellis plant looked like this:

It has grown a bit wild, hasn’t it?

By the way, I have another entry here, a wild crowd.

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19 Sep, 2008 @ 7:17 pm
julie said:

Yes, with white flowers (and big ants) 😀

19 Sep, 2008 @ 7:42 pm
julie said:

Yes, but this takes some maintenance too 🙂 If one can’t maintain, then better not have one.

19 Sep, 2008 @ 7:54 pm
julie said:

So true Toni but the ants…

Thanks for the visit 🙂

29 Sep, 2008 @ 9:42 am
annamanila said:

There is no way greenery can be unbeautiful .. even if growing wild.

1 Oct, 2008 @ 10:34 am
julie said:

I agree AM. But I should have included a photo of those vines climbing the water tank but I was too lazy to find it in the archives, it was a bit scary 😀

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