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James Dean's entrance porch

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By Terry60


James Dean's entrance porch



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Unusual. :o)

24 Oct, 2008

 

Hmmm....maybe this plant could use some medication!

24 Oct, 2008

 

I was reluctant to comment. :o)

24 Oct, 2008

 

It's differant thats for sure.

24 Oct, 2008

 

The more I look at this the funnier it looks! hahaha...

24 Oct, 2008

 

Notice you don't "like" this photo Terratoonie!! LOLOL..how come?

24 Oct, 2008

 

Okay NN ~
You've convinced me.
Looks like this one needs lots of encouragement. :o)

24 Oct, 2008

 

Oh My !!!
A bit of a prickly flop ;¬)

Great Photo !

24 Oct, 2008

 

I think James Dean has resorted to some drastic measures to counteract the proverbial prickly flop - notice the string ......

25 Oct, 2008

 

The more I look at this, the more I realise it is one of the best photos uploaded this month. :o)
I've put it on my favourites.
NN ~ has it gone on your favourites too ???

25 Oct, 2008

 

Ah, TT thanks everso - you've made my day !!

25 Oct, 2008

 

I did not see the string until you mentioned it, Terry...
You must have known that this photo would cause " a stir"....
Lol...
I have added it to my favorites, Terratoonie..Couldn't let something like this "slip" my mind.....

25 Oct, 2008

 

"James Dean" now has two photos on my page.
His fame is becoming international.
I hope he can keep up with all this.

25 Oct, 2008

 

Better keep it cool with James, we wouldn't want him becoming too cocky! :P

25 Oct, 2008

 

I must congratulate Terry60 on her heading for this photo.
Most appropriate. :o)

25 Oct, 2008

 

Ooops I!!!!

25 Oct, 2008

 

Although this big flop has generated some great hilarity and all the ideas for 'stimulating' and 'propping' would be greatly helpful, I believe this is large specimen of Aporocactus which has a draping habit more for hanging baskets, though it does look nice here on james deans porch. I have never seen one this big around before. :-)

24 Nov, 2008

 

This is classic example of a plant being plonked in a corner and then left to its own devices - I don't think it's been touched in years (apart from the string !!)

30 Nov, 2008



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