Monday, February 8, 2010

Please Enter/ Ruby Tuesday



Hmmm. What do you think? Who lives here?



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39 comments:

B SQUARED said...

Definitely elves!

Rose said...

I would say the tree spirits!

Do you have any idea of the real story behind this?

Becky and Gary said...

Ha, Ha, a very tall gnome for sure!
B.
Happy RT

Rambling Round said...

Gotta be Winnie the Pooh or Piglet too!

see you there! said...

Whoever it is they wanted to make sure you couldn't miss it, LOL!

Darla

George said...

I think Winnie the Pooh got a new door for his house.

Jarart said...

I think elves make cookies in there! That is too funny.

Louis la Vache said...

What a hoot!

It's probably where Jacob hides from them Florida gators...

Craver Vii said...

That's great!! Kudos to the artist. Thanks for sharing.

Tricia said...

Hmmm, hard to say & kinda strange! Very bright red, though!

Ralph said...

I think that maybe Snow White's pals, those wild and crazy seven dwarfs. Or perhaps the one true groundhog, the door thoughtfully provided so he can see his shadow more easily. It houses a fun inhabitant for sure!

Carletta said...

As soon as I scrolled down I smiled. What a magical shot! I so want one.
I liked George's reference to Pooh.
But like Rose I wonder about the real story but I do like just imagining.
Round The Bend.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh how cute... You find the neatest things to take pictures of, EG... AND --that one is perfect for Ruby Tuesday...

I think it is an Episcopal Church inside that tree... Did you know that most Episcopal Churches have RED doors????? Ha ha ha

Hugs,
Betsy

Felisol said...

Such a great little house. I'd go for forest gnomes.

Leora said...

I'm pretty sure it's Pooh. Or Owl. Or Eeyore. Or maybe Piglet?

Manang Kim said...

Squirrel? Hehehe!

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Happily Retired Gal said...

What a 'kewl' ruby find ... stretches the imagination for sure!
Small Reflections

Coffeedoff said...

What a wonderful photo! It made me smile too!

toby said...

What a perfect ruby! Maybe it's the Berenstain Bears?
:)

The Cunning Runt said...

I'm goin' with a Trunk Monkey.

Really cool shot!

Dianne said...

someone built a very very large birdhouse?

a wonderful photo!!

Jacob said...

What a great catch! Where did you find this?

Who lives there? Well, it's a hoity-toity tree surgeon. Who else?

Re: your question on Cedar Key scene - Yes, of course. Somewhere.

Marites said...

quite interesting and i must say, a bit quirky :) perhaps there are some tree spirits there...My RT is here.

luna miranda said...

LOL a kapre, a dark giant who likes to smoke cigars, lives on old trees.:p

love this post!

chubskulit said...

Reminds me of my kids favorite movie, Shrek.

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Jama said...

So cute! must be for squirrels?

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Brownies! Are there toadstools anywhere around?

Nukke said...

Leprechaun lives here !!!! Didn't you know ? :)

HAPPY VALENTINE to you too !!!!!!!

daylily777 said...

I think it is the door to a world of Fairies,. Great Pic !
Blessings,
~Myrna

Marice said...

aww that is sooo cute! my guess will be Alvin,Simon and Theodore :)

u may view mine here

momgen said...

hehhehe maybe fairies...Nice entry for ruby Tuesday...Mine is up too.

mine is here

Stephanie V said...

That's a wonderful find! Definitely a challenge to imagine who would live here.

Helena said...

That is seriously cool! Looks like the perfect home for elves or wood sprites. :)

Jeri ~ said...

I've heard of the place...it's where the Keebler elves make the cookies!!

Small City Scenes said...

It couldn't be a Leprechaun because the door would be green so it must be a teeny tiny munchkin's house.
Where did you find this? MB

Kathy said...

What a surprise as I scrolled down.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Rose, MB,

This tree is in a back yard that can be seen (and photographed) from a country road I've never travelled on before (that I remember, anyway).

Greyscale Territory said...

Strange! At first I thought this looked like a cartoon outline added to the tree and landscape after the photo was taken! The outline is so defined! A very odd odd shot!

Paulie said...

I thought it was a piece of art but since it is in someone's backyard, it holds the lawnmower. . . just the lawnmower, no rakes because there are no leaves left to drop on that tree.

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