A quiet day

In what was no doubt a response to the weather, I had a decidedly quiet Sunday. But, I did find a few things to share with you.

Does anyone else like this red coat, and the red elves??
This made me chuckle, because I am not one of those lucky folks who has an internal map loaded into their neurons, and this is how I often reach my destinations. I pretend I meant to take the long way.
 
 
An artistic method of window security.
 
 
“If  I had the wings of an angel …”
 
 
Is this the least attractive bridge in Venice?
 
 
Oh, alright, if you insist! But it’s not a pretty sight.
 
 
 
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11 responses to “A quiet day

  1. Bert

    You can see from that photo why elves are not allowed to be blood donors – they have too much haemogoblin in their blood. [Credit, if that’s the right word, to Tim Vine.]

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  2. julie

    Love that red coat Yvonne .. not sure about the elves.. I have a childhood fear of those ..lol .. yes they do remimd me the film, which I thought very creepy…

    xxxxxx

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  3. Michelle

    But that red coat would look fabulous on you know who.

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  4. Michelle

    Yes, that paint does make it look like it was used for the purpose it was intended to deter. Barb has it right “Ewwwwwwwwwww!”
    And I agree about those red elves/knomes…very, very reminisent of that character….at least they weren’t that shiny red patent.
    Glad you found some things of interest on your wanderings.

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  5. Barb

    One of my favorite movies about Venice was “Don’t Look Now”. Those little red elves were very reminiscent of the very scary character in the movie.

    And I guess the yellow paint on the pissotta naturally would make one say “Ewwwwww!” 🙂

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  6. That bridge is pretty bad!

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