Sunday, March 1, 2009


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I found this hedge over at a house off the Old Evergreen Highway. Usually a hedge is to block out the rest of the neighborhood and to make your property more private. This one lets you see right in! I found that very odd.


Malyss said...

That makes kind of windows!..I would prefer it totally closed; You're right, that's odd!

cieldequimper said...

Well... it's an artwork? ;-)

JC said...

Lol... there can be any number of reasons, but I see what you mean ;-)

Katney said...

How clever! I would like it. Maybe not in all circumstances, but it does offer an idea for different options.

storyteller said...

Very 'kewl' find ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Love Bears All Things said...

That is unusal.

I am back home in Alabama for a few days so will try to post and visit more. I missed my computer.

We had 8 inches of snow this weekend. I posted a few photos of it. Strange to have 70 degree temps on Friday and snow on Saturday. I understand it will be in the 70s again this week. Its just weird. At least the snow protects the blooms somewhat so maybe they weren't damaged.
Mama Bear

Anonymous said...

Wow, hope that gardener has a hedge-trimmer-sharpener on his tool bench! Glad that hedge trimming is not on my to-do list!


Your EG Tour Guide said...

It's certainly a creative way to mark the property's boundaries. I bet it's a job to keep it looking its best.

Lilli & Nevada said...

that is very odd but pretty at the same time.
I havn't found many Odd things lately so havn't been posting anything.

becky aka theRAV said...

That is an odd fence. Never seen one like it. You did good, Paulie! It is very unique.

SandyCarlson said...

That's one crazy hedge. I wonder if those bushes wonder why they are put through that!

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