Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Experiment


19 comments:

Jack Bush and Elaine Bell said...

I see it! Nice picture.

Kim Ayres said...

I think you'll struggle to get a good cup of tea out of that one, Pat... :)

Mage said...

Did you plant a geranium in this?

Exile on Pain Street said...

Success! Success!

John Greenwood said...

It's an old kettle!?

kenju said...

The experiment was successful, I see. You looked great!

Pat said...

Jack: sadly not the one I was trying to post.

Kim: :)

Exile: not unqualified. See above.

John: I thought is was a beautiful objet d'art but MTL didn't agree so I left it where I found it - on Boscombe beach.

angryparsnip said...

Yea Pat !
And I would have kept the pot and put it in my garden.

cheers, parsnip

Pat said...

parsnip: it had a gorgeous patina. I wonder if it's still there.

Pat said...

Judy: the photo should have been a flower from the garden.

Z said...

Well done. You're a photo posting genius.

Granny Annie said...

Look at all those curls!

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Trying to understand the Experiment. Do drop me a line.

Pat said...

Z: clearly:)

Granny Annie: it's the sea air that does it dammit?

Naomi: your instructions were excellent but things went amiss. I'll have another go tomorrow and then give you all the details.
One of my weaknesses is filing as all my children frequently tell me.

Keith Smith said...

So that's where I left my kettle!

Pat said...

Keith: :)

LL Cool Joe said...

Nothing rusty about you in that photo!

Pat said...

Joey: that was then:)

Pat said...

Mage: that would have been a good idea but it wasn't allowed home.