Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Wordless Wednesday - Chicago

An interesting planter we came across in Chicago, just outside of Willis Tower.

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  1. Whoa! This is crazy--never seen anything like this before! Cool!

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    1. It reminded me of the Etsy gals who can make something of anything, lol. :)

      A talent, I might add, that I do not possess (darn it).

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    2. me either! But I love unusual things in the garden.

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  2. That is cool! We went to Chicago last year. I don't remember seeing this one though.

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  3. How unique! Never seen anything like that before :)

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  4. Talk about creative Rosey! Whoever thought of this came up with a great idea. Enjoy the rest of your day.

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  5. How different and seriously that must of been a sight in person. Hope you had a great trip and thank you for sharing!! :)

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  6. Yes, a nice photo, I like this creative and original floral composition!

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  7. Interesting indeed! I've never seen anything like it. Hope you are having a great day :).

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  8. Awh interesting. I didn't know quite what those were at first. hahahahahaha

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  9. A very interesting planter. Too cool.

    Have a fabulous day. :)

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  10. Hmmm I guess someone forgot their pants

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  11. Very creative planters! Those are real pants? lol

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    1. They are, I wonder if they have waterproof starch or something in them. ;)

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  12. That's a cool idea -- love it!
    Judy

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  13. Those are interesting, would have never thought!! Come join me at
    Wordless Wednesday In a Zen Way

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  14. Now I have never seen these...very interesting! sandie

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  15. Holy cow, that is so funny! And cool, and oddly artistic. I love it!

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  16. I haven't seen these there. Very cool!

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  17. Very cool... a little bizarre but art is art!

    Happy WW, Rosey!

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  18. Hi Rosy .. amazing planting - lovely to see .. cheers Hilary

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  19. Oh that planter looks so great! interesting way to grab someones attention :)

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  20. I wonder if they ever get washed

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  21. Wow, that would have caught my eye, too. How cool.

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  22. Those are definitely eye catching!

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  23. That is brilliant heheh! and so unusual ;-)

    Have a plantastic week :-)

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  24. Haha, that's funny! I love the fuzzy greens and the way they look on top of those pants. :D Have a great Wednesday. :)

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  25. lol..I love this Rosey, great photo of such an unusual piece of art!

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  26. So cool. I'll be in Chicago for BlogHer 13. Maybe I'll see these! Happy WW!

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    1. What an awesome place to have it! I know you'll have fun. :)

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  27. Clever, creative and altogether useful.

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  28. Love this! My son was on choir tour in Jacksonville, Florida, last week, and there was a home that had 2 "pants planters" outside.

    Thanks for linking up over at Tales of a Pee Dee Mama

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  29. Whomever the designer was is brilliant!

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  30. I absolutely adore this...so original♥

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  31. That is wild! Someone has way more creative "jeans" than I do lol!

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  32. Too funny! A unique place to plant Buds and bloomers.

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  33. Okay! Now I know what to do with the kids old jeans! This is so funny to see.

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  34. That is so neat!! I've never seen anything like it!

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  35. How creative! Very neat! :-)

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  36. What interesting plant holders!

    ♥ aquariann
    Featured Photo: Blue Canterbury Bells Flowers

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  37. hahah how cool is that rosey♥

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  38. freakin sweet! and so creative!

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  39. I miss getting to see artsy stuff like that in downtown. Mostly we just have bulls and longhorns. ;)

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  40. Fun! I've never seen that before, but I'll have to look for it the next time I'm in Chicago.

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  41. That is an interesting planter indeed.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/06/wordless-wednesday-haircuts.html

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  42. now that is awesome. i love random art like that :)

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  43. I had to look twice before realizing those were jeans :). Great work of art.

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    1. I thought that too when I previewed the post. I think it's the watermark, it throws it off a bit.

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  44. I do believe that is the most awesome planter in the world.

    Heidi’s Wanderings

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  45. That is really bizarre! I like it!

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  46. So cool!!

    Melissa
    http://wildflwrchild.blogspot.com

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  47. Awesome!!
    They always come up with interesting things to showcase.
    Happy WW

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  48. You're in Chicago, and you didn't call me??? You're in my neck of the words now! Wow, I haven't been downtown in like forever! Thanks for sharing.

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  49. Very cool. I love Chicago!
    Happy WW,
    Traci

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  50. Such a fun and creative idea! I love it :)

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  51. Really cool find. I grew up in Chicago suburbs, but haven't been back since it was Sears Tower.

    Rhonda @Laugh-Quotes.com

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  52. I think it is creative approach to recycling! Love the picture angle as well!
    :) Lana
    lanasartstudio.blogspot.com

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  53. That is one of the coolest , yet strangest gardens I have seen. Someone put a lot of thought into that! Jessica

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  54. Hahahaha... very cute. I need to grow herbs in my old jeans.

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  55. Haha Love it! Something like that would be neat to decorate my campsite. If only I didn't lack in the creativity department...

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