Photo Friday: What’s Growing?

Tootling along recently, not far from my home, I came upon this very whimsical creation. Is it art? Is it nature? Could pumpkins and gourds really be growing from that tree?

Cheers to all those who take a moment to provide a bit of whimsy for themselves and others and, in doing so, make the world just a little more joyful, meaningful and fun!

Have you seen and photographed something unusual, whimsical, beautiful, or otherwise interesting in your travels? Has anything surprised you or caused you to pause? Or have you simply experienced a small, lovely moment that you wanted to capture? If so, I hope you’ll share with us by leaving a comment with a link to your photo. I look forward to seeing it!


Photos by Susan Sachs Lipman

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7 responses to “Photo Friday: What’s Growing?

  1. Keep “TOOTLING”!

  2. how cute is that?! a little whimsy in the garden is so much fun. thanks for the smile.

  3. i just remembered a link i could share… “bumper crop of barbies”

  4. Hi Daricia! Welcome. I’m so glad you came by and said Hi. I’m enjoying your beautiful blog, the blogs on your blogroll, and your whimsical Bumper Crop of Barbies. Hope to see you again soon.

  5. And, Lippy, yes, will keep “tootling”. I hope that’s even a word. It just felt like what I was doing, going along.

  6. That is terrific! It reminds me of when my father-in-law passed, just before Halloween. We wanted to distract our nephews a few days later, but the stores were out of pumpkins. So we used squash! They looked fantastic. The next year, squash-o-lanterns were in Martha Stewart magazine. LOL.

    Always so fun to visit this site, Suz. Thank you for your wonderful, original content. =)

  7. Hi there, Pamela! I love that you created a version of this whimsical tree, as well — though I am not surprised. What a nice way to add some levity to a sad period for kids. Thanks, too, for your nice comments. I feel the same way about you and Red, White and Grew!

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