Monday, December 02, 2013


Here we are at almost the end of the alphabet.

Today's letter is " U ".
 I think the first photo is a bit UNUSUAL.

How many times have you seen an UGLY recliner just sitting
outside in front of a statue?

I guess that's one way to appreciate art!

When we visited the High Hand Nursery last month
we saw a very UNIQUE treatment USED on a tree trunk.

Though it isn't the sharpest picture one can see that a lovely Fall
scene had been painted on the bruise.

ULTIMATELY what I like about these flowers is....

They will never wilt or die.

Sometimes the sunsets that God paints UP in the sky
seem UNREAL.

A rather "cheeky" and UNUSUAL grape.

Last but not least
Here is a potential criminal UNDER arrest.

So sorry if this makes you feel UNEASY.
It isn't real.

It was an reenactment by our local police department.

Don't forget to enlarge the photos and to check out what others
have posted for the letter " U ".

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Wanda said...

U are doing a Unusually good U post. I think Under the circumstances, U are Unique!

Hilary said...

I'm always torn between being more impressed by your lovely photos or by your clever use of the letter of the week. Clearly, it's always both. Fun stuff.

Ginny said...

I love the sky and the grapes the best. And that must be SOME sculpture if a person is sitting in front of it so long that he needs a rocker!

Sandra said...

the flowers are my favorite. and i thought the arrest was real, we have them so much here they are common place, think mobile police station at Walmart... I agree with Wanda.. U are Unique! good job stating that Wanda. U did great with the letter U... ugly rocker, now i am wondering who put it there

Indrani said...

You have such uncommon stuffs today!
I liked those glass flowers very much.

Marcy said...

Unique pictures! love the painted tree trunk and the unusual grape :)

U is for...

Leslie: said...

Love that painting of the flowers!

abcw team

Rajesh said...

I like your unusual and unique images.

Roger Owen Green said...

That IS unusual art.
And yes, the exercise DID make me uneasy!

Leovi said...

Wonderful photos! Really unusual that apple!

Carver said...

You always do such a good job with the letter. The recliner is hilarious to me given it's place near the statue.

LC said...

Wanda and Hilary said it for me. And I cannot believe we are near the end of the alphabet again. You were one of the first, if not the first, blogger I followed when I started blogging.

I am amazed that you continue to come up with such intriguing "alphabet" photo collections for each letter.

Leovi said...

Wonderful photos! Really unusual that apple!

Reader Wil said...

Thank you for creating this lovely series of u-words!
Wil, ABCW Team

Anonymous said...

I'm still stuck on the recliner in front of a statue. I wonder who put that there?

ChrisJ said...

Great selection of photos and words. You are always so versatile. (good word for next week!)

Hazel Ceej said...

A scene is painted on the bruise? How creative! Love that sunset and cheeky grape.


KC Bob said...

You always have such diverse and interesting photos Sue.

Obsessivemom said...

Love the way you wove your post. That sunset is gorgeous.

AphotoAday said...

Hi Sue. Great post but that last photo really disturbs me. Increasingly, it seems, our police forces have been steadily moving towards military tactics. All in the name of "security" of course, and if we buy the official story about 9-11, which I have certain problems with, we would be led to believe that it is in our best interests to give up our civil liberties (e.g.: Patroit Act). A delicate balance must be met, in accordance with the Constitution.

Carmi Levy said...

Best. Grape. Ever!

I love how you see the world. Been too long since I dropped by.

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