Sunday, July 17, 2011

Silent Sunday: Kansas' Home Grown Palm Trees









12 thoughtful remarks:

Marilyn Rock said...

Lovely shots! Have a great day and hope you're staying cool! We are in for a heat wave, here, this week. Blah! I'm finding myself drifting to thoughts of September already. xxoo

Dianne said...

curiouser and curiouser...would love to know the story behind these! you just never know what you'll see on any given day! thanks for giving me a smile...

Amanda said...

Love these palm trees. Being a California kid, they seem so funny. But then I have a cell phone tower nearby that they made to look like a tall pine tree.haha.. Also thanks for the comments on my blog. That was funny we were posting on each other's blogs at the same time. Have a great day!

voodoo vixen said...

Now they look like fun, Elizabeth!! When we were in South Africa, they used fake trees to disguise the cell phone masts and I loved them!!

Stephanie Mealor Corder said...

Whatever works- they definitely look better than the scraggly ones we have at the beach here in Georgia!
Oh and I stopped by the pulse- I think you described yourself perfectly- eclectic indeed, and definitely NOT "cute (thank God ;))

~*~Patty S said...

nothing says KANSAS like Palm Trees...wait a minute ;)

These are really fun!
Happy Sunday!
oxo

Lynn said...

Enjoyed seeing you on The Pulse at Seth Apters blog today!
Fun palm trees here. Happy Sunday.

MrCachet said...

I'm here via Seth - as usual, and although I'm attempting to get 'back in the saddle' after being on the road for two weeks, it's always nice to find my way here!

Marlynn said...

LOL - Somewhere over the rainbow, bluebirds fly, somewhere over the rainbow - palm trees sway - why oh why can't I? ToTo - we are not in Kansas anymore, no ToTo, no, don't do that to that tree... darn you ToTo - that was not a fire hydrant. I can see it now - the SEQUEL. LOL love your post, girlfriend. xoxo

Susan said...

Why are they covered in colored tape?
Neat that you have them in Kansas :)
Susan

Julia Dunnit said...

You know you're in Kansas when the street furniture screams 'riviera'!! Great shots!

Eve said...

Lived in tropical islands for last 12 years, these look funny but we have similar one here in western PA where i recently moved! They even have little palm trees on the tables at the bar i recently went, and my friend ordered Corona, so i put them together, telling her, let's pretend we are at the beach! LOL!;-)