Wednesday, 12 October 2016

SNAP - Scare Me Not

Linking in with the SNAP Community along with our hostess Helena at:  SNAP.    Have a peek at what everyone else has found as a two to four photo collection this week & then join in; you know you want to.

This week my SNAP collection is some of the local scarecrows found as decorative Autumn accents in front gardens.

A Dapper Fellow

Traditional
Sweet Ride


Twins

I don't think they really keep any crows or other birds away.

11 comments:

  1. Veeeeeeeeery nice! Are these generally bought or made? You don't tend to see decorative scarecrows around these parts. In fact, it's been years since I even saw a "Guy" for bonfire night...

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    1. I have not seen a homemade one in years. All purchased & probably winter indoors in storage sheds.

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  2. No, they are too nice to be scary! I do love the third picture. the colours are wonderful.

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  3. Aren't they all super cute! We had one of a similar design (just for show), but it rotted and fell over ...

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  4. a lovely way to add colour to an autumn garden but I agree too cute to be scary

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  5. Love the pumpkin one. We see a lot of those around here. They are cute. We have our annual scarecrow trail on at the moment. I haven't had a chance to go round them yet.

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  6. No, they aren't especially scary looking are they?

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  7. Oh they are pretty - they don't work terribly well here I've found, it is just too wet so they go mouldy. But I tried as they are so cherry!

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  8. They do look more decorative than functional, but cute as can be!

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  9. very cute..but not very scary!

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  10. They do add some charm at this time of year! -Jenn

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