Monday, June 22, 2015

Shattered Glass

 OOPS! #1 

It's hard to get good help these days, just ask my husband.  My allowance has been downgraded to 50 cents a week.

OOPS! #2

Yep, it was me. I was mowing the lawn when a pebble flew into a sunroom window. Hmmmm.

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42 comments:

Andy said...

I have some chores for you. I am willing to double your allowance. Please bring proof of damage insurance. :)

Margaret Adamson said...

I am laughing at Andy's comment. Get in line Andy!!!!

Sandra said...

OH NO, it made a great photo, i did not know what it is until i read the pebble remark. hope it doesn't break the bank repairing it

Revrunner said...

Nice photo op. :-)

Hannah said...

What fascinating lines and patterns, all on a muted color background. A work of art, for sure.

Buttons Thoughts said...

YIKES but it sure is pretty:) Hug B

Gunilla Bäck said...

I'm sorry about your window, but the patterns are very pretty. :-)

Anvilcloud said...

Clearly it was all his fault for not removing the pebble. ;)

eileeninmd said...

Sorry about the broken window. I think it was out of your control. The images are cool! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

"E", ...Beth... , from VA. said...

sad times, but i thank you for sharing because it sure does look pretty for pics. ( :

see you there! said...

I'm tempted to believe you did it just to get an interesting photo. Hope your allowance increases soon.

Darla

Donna said...

Oh no...but it makes a pretty picture!

Mary Hone said...

Oh ya, oops. But it made for a cool photo!

TexWisGirl said...

uh oh! but it makes for neat photos!

RedPat said...

Such interesting patterns, EG!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes! Tex is right, it does make for neat photos! And, lets face it, how many of us can get a creative, different capture from a broken window!! That takes real talent, EG!! Hope you have a great day and a great new week!!

Penelope Puddlisms said...

Yikes! It was not you but the pebble that did this dirty deed and, as some would see it, a stunning work of art. Hope it is not too expensive to get the glass replaced.

Linda W. said...

Sorry about the window, but it sure does make an artistic photo.

John @ Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

At first I thought you had been playing around with your photoshop program again. Bummer about the glass. That is going to be one expensive lawn mowing job. Guess it could have been worse, like hitting you or your husband.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Smashing photos!

Rose said...

Sure made for beautiful photos!

MICKAN from QUEENS FIELD¸.•°`♥✿⊱╮ said...

O no, ... but you get some nice picture when you did that.

VP said...

You got something really beautiful from an unfortunate accident!

Lowell said...

I know exactly what kind of pebble it was: Photoshop Pebble Action! Right?

Taken For Granted said...

You were mowing grass? I'll have to tell my wife and see if she is liberated enough to mow. You can't be held responsible for what the mower does, but insurance might replace the window.

William Kendall said...

Oops!

maryaustria said...

A fascinating pattern! Sorry for your window but it made really a great photo!

Felicia said...

It makes for a cool looking image.....i'm sure it was expensive though.

Susan said...

Sell these photos, and you'll make enough for 10 windows.
Way to change a negative into a positive. Awesome!

A Quiet Corner said...

Yikes! A great photo but not his reaction and yours I'll bet!!...:)JP

Lorna Cunningham-Rushton said...

I like Susan's idea.

Gail Dixon said...

Oh no! So sorry about all the glass breakage. Made for pretty pictures, though. :) Our neighbor boy was weed eating near the French door last summer. He hit a pebble which flew into the panes of glass. Yeah, he had to buy us a new glass for the door. I felt bad for him, but he doesn't go near the pebbles anymore.

Randy said...

Nice abstract shots.

Stephanie said...

Fantastic photo op though, love the patterns, textures and the colors.

Cloudia said...

What a cool art piece!




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Ruth Hiebert said...

The positive side of this is that you got fantastic,creative shots. :)

ladyfi said...

Oops! Love the effect though - such gorgeous shots.

Rebecca said...

But what a pretty pattern it makes.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

Whoopsie!
My first husband put me on an allowance! :-)

Halcyon said...

Uh-oh! Are the damages coming out of your pocket money? ;-)

cieldequimper said...

Ouch! But we get to see cool photos!

Jack said...

You were mowing the lawn? What a woman!

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