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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

My Guilty Pleasure

O IS FOR?
OLD CROCKS ! ~ this pile made me go oh so positively weak at the knees when opportunely observed on a garden outing this spring. Oh to have been able to take them home with me.

Over to ABC Wednesday where there's an ovation for the letter O!

21 comments:

  1. Oh but judging by the layer of moss they are not actually using them. Surely they wouldn't mind if you took a few home?

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  2. Oh me too - they're wonderful, so ful of texture and the tales they'd tell if only they could talk!

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  3. I love these. They're ORANGE!

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  4. Unfortunately, where I come from, the freeze and thaw we get from winter into spring makes quick work of the crockery. My ABC Wednesday is O is for Oracle.

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  5. Love this photo. They appear to have been laying there for quite some time, perhaps strategically arranged by garden fairies!

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  6. Aren't they lovely! I feel like an old crock myself sometimes.

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  7. I share your guilty pleasure, such eye candy there.

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  8. I wish my pots looked as tidy and available as those ones - nothing like a stack of pots to encourage a spot of gardening.

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  9. They look beautiful with all that moss - though also in need of a really good clean...

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  10. You certainly wouldn't get that effect with black plastic pots that's for sure..

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  11. Snap! I love old crocks too. I saw shelves and shelves of them in an old greenhouse at Denmans Gardens recently. I wish I had taken a photo of them but it was just a bit too dark.

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  12. What a lovely picture - and a lovely, un-disturbable display.

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  13. Great photo - the moss is amazing

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  14. Lovely patina against the moss and rocks. I love them too! :)

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  15. They work well with the moss - makes a lovely picture.

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  16. Totally gorgeous! I'd have been tempted to bring my tent and hang out there...

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  17. Love the photo. I have my own collection, but it doesn't look quite as pretty!

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  18. I like the old clay and terracotta pots. They're always better for being chipped and weathered.

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- Anna.