Thursday, April 02, 2009

TEN

10 p.m.




10 a.m.





10 24/7







"Ten" thanks to  Theme Thursday

33 comments:

Squirrel said...

ten little piggies, tens of tens of things to grow in the garden..lovely look at ten am and pm...

tony said...

I Love The Colour of the Night Sky!

R.L. Bourges said...

Oh, I love these!

Akelamalu said...

Love 'em!

willow said...

Love the contrast of the night and day shots!

Ronda Laveen said...

Ditto Willow. The contrast of colors and time of the same scene was inspired. Love your little piggers.

tut-tut said...

Lovely feet you have, Lettuce!

I love the two shots of your world, too.

Steve said...

Yes, the night-day contrast pics are especially nice. I love your backyard! (And those of your neighbors!)

Brian Miller said...

cool. love the contrasting pics...

Wings said...

Love the pics, great take on it!

Leah said...

Really beautiful.

Coffee Messiah said...

Oh yeah, very nice and cute toes too ; )

Colette Amelia said...

very nicely done!

Tom said...

averting my eyes...oh no, i looked.

Mrsupole said...

I think those are some cool pictures of contrast between day and night. I had to try and figure out what the lights were in the middle out there all alone.

So brave to take post pictures of you toes, very brave indeed.

Thank you for sharing.

God bless.

mouse (aka kimy) said...

sweet and clever!!

bises

Jaime said...

great pics!

Dakota Bear said...

Like the night/day pictures. Those are cute little piggys(toes).

Kelsey said...

love the vivid colors in the feet shot

-Kels

Megan said...

Yay, toes!

And love the contrasting photos. Fascinating and clever idea, Lettuce!

Lynne said...

I'm glad you have your feet on the ground (and in the green! grass) 24/7.

Very cute theme. Love the photos, especially 10 p.m. Lovely glow in the sky!

P.S. You inspired me to finally get rid of my old spongy keyboard; plus the "J" stuck yesterday and could not be coaxed back up. :)

herhimnbryn said...

Oh Lettuce Lady, these are lovely. I miss terrace houses. All those angles, bricks and slates.

ArtSparker said...

Those London back of house allotments or yards are immediately recognizable.

I managed to get honey on my keyboard (similar to yours) the key stuck for awhile, but the honey sank slowly, so now it's fine. Still not recommended.

Mike M said...

Very cool indeed!

hey, I have started a new blog. I hope to see you there:

http://inspiritone.blogspot.com/

Barbara said...

I'd give you a "10", especially for those cute toes.

Gary said...

clever, clever...

Kris said...

Good thinking.

Gabby said...

Ha, love the night/day photos! Great, great contrast.

lettuce said...

thankyou everyone for nice comments!

i love looking out on these gardens - you can't quite see mine, just the blue/grey shed in the corner, thats mine. And the yellow forsythia next to it. I grew up in a similar Victorian house with a similar view from my bedroom window and always loved gazing...
herhimnbryn, I'd miss these too if i was living away from the UK.

Mrsupole, the lights in the middle are some solar-powered lamps our neighbour have strung up around a concrete post in the middle of their garden. why? i couldn't say! our neighbours the other way have some similar lining their garden and at night it looks like an airport runway :0/

the sky colour was most peculiar, this (post-editing) was the closest I could get.... the glow comes from the direction of the Excel centre, where the G20 was going on just across the Thames. so maybe it was anti-protestor glow. or maybe it was anti-globalization glow.

lynne grats on the new keyboard! just keep honey away from it....

Squirrel said...

I like how you can see a bit of the glass house even in the darkness.

Cinnamon said...

There is nothing like the feeling of grass underfoot:)

The Clever Pup said...

Sorry it took me so long to comment.

I love how everyone's got a different way of looking at 10.

I'll reiterate - nice toes.

Shayne said...

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