These birdhouses are situated inside the chain link fence of a special care home. I believe the residents originally built them, but they’re in serious need of some TLC. (also some paint and nails) I was impressed by the unique designs, with double gables, stone work, and window scenes. The roof of each shows an extra measure of workmanship too. I hope someone takes on the restoration of these little homes.
In a nearby tree, another house needs some attention. I don’t think a bird looking for a mate could attract one with this shabby choice, in which to raise a family!
And this bird feeder could use a little attention.
Rainbow: noun – an arch of colors formed in the sky in certain circumstances, caused by the refraction and dispersion of the sun’s light by rain or other water droplets in the atmosphere.
That may be the dictionary definition of a rainbow, but it’s much more than that. It’s a beautiful reminder that God’s promises are reliable, and that creation is still His. I happened to snap this double rainbow, bright against the dark, cloudy backdrop.
On a road trip in winter, we passed this unusual mailbox. Made to look like a fishing lure, I’m sure it’s quite unique. I love finding original, imaginative mailboxes, and would love to see examples of others that my fellow bloggers may find in their travels.
Consider yourself challenged!
I just couldn’t resist that title! There was one of these wrought iron gates, and one of these regal lions, on either side of the entry to this acreage. This gateway looks like it would be more at home on an English estate, and struck me as a little ornate for rural Saskatchewan, but, I guess a man’s home is his castle!