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The Dancing Ground of the Sun.
I'll be they're pretty when then spin in the wind...
Like a flame to celebrate Spring!
I love these kind of sculptures. A bit of whimsy for your yard!
c'est beau le printemps
That's very nice, it must look pretty too!Hope you are feeling better!
Looks like you had a by of wind going to keep this one alive.
Hi randy: glad tp see you again. And what a gorgeous picture you have there...spring indeed!sorry I'm late bit I had the flu...Now I' better a came to see my friends. Kiss you from Portugal...BShell
It certainly looks pretty contrasted against the flowering tree.
lovely flower, i love the details and the colors!Hugs
Looks wonderful with the blossom and blue sky as a backdrop Randy.
I actually saw this post last night around 10:00 pm and I knew it wasn't yet April 2 where you are... weird! Anyhoodles, I love the wind spinners, but somehow they take away from the beautiful blooms behind them. Call me old-fashioned... :)
A rather not ordinary thing hanging among the beautiful blossoms !
Very nice Randy!
A wonderful Spring pic with the wind spinner and blooming tree!
I love to watch these things when the wind is blowing.
that's great the way it mimics the tree. :)
I want one :)
I like those wind sculptures but I love that flowery tree.
I saw some of these wind sculptures in Sedona years ago and fell in love. Today they would really be spinning here.
I took these for some kind of fruit at first... Love the contrast of colors between natural and man-made.
Do they generate electricity or are they just plain fun? I like a lot.
Wonderful piec and I love the blossoms!
Interesting but the flowering trees are those which caught my eyes!
That really looks pretty against the budding tree and the blue sky!
C'est très beau, le ciel incroyablement bleu et qui contraste avec les arbres en flurs.!!!!
Oh I like this sculpture with the flowering trees in the background
Glad you told us what that was! Hope you are feeling better by now : )
Lovely juxtaposition of the artificial and the natural, Randy.
Like colored ribbons. Still, I don't think it will be added to my yard.
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