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Friday, December 27, 2013

Gazing Ball

I have this cheap little teardrop gazing ball. I mean $10 at a discount store. Plastic. But it's held its color and shine for maybe ten years. Best lasting garden ornament I've ever had. It stays out all winter, gets no preferential treatment.

Today, I was walking past it on the snowshoes and discovered one more interesting thing about the little blue bauble.

gazing ball

Sort of like having my own private aurora borealis in a miniature fantasy world.

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Lin said...

Oh, that's cool! I was gonna warn you to bring it in if it was glass. Never mind.


Loritenor said...

Very cool that you noticed something new after all those years.

The Furry Gnome said...

Hey, that's neat.

rainfield61 said...

That is a small victory to have your own private aurora borealis.

Hope you will have more in 2014.

D.G. Hudson said...

One of life's pleasures is being the one who sees these unique moments. . . lucky you.

Ann said...

the gazing ball has served you well and keeps on giving. Very cool. I've always wanted one of those

rose AKA Walk in the Woods - she/her said...

What a cool image ~ your very own aurora borealis, indeed! It would seem that you're coloring your life with skill and generosity. I can't resist the metaphors.

Enjoy your day, and all the colors in it!

Linda said...

Awesome photo.

The Oceanside Animals said...

hello sharkbytes its dennis the vizsla dog hay that is a verry pritty ornamint it luks like a sope bubbel!!! happee impending noo yeer!!! ok bye

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