Monday, March 07, 2011

Mellow Yellow Monday - Plane

Andy | Monday, March 07, 2011 | Best Blogger Tips

Not the real thing. Photographed at the local mini putt. Participating in Mellow Yellow Monday


  1. I'm glad you told us that it wasn't real. I was concerned there for a second. :)

    Great photo! Have a great week, Candace

  2. Candace.. unfortunately there are people that would think it was real.

  3. You couldn't miss this one, it's so eye-catching! :-)

  4. Hahaha... seeing the power lines in the background, I immediately feared the worst before taking a second look! Very good shot, Andy.


  5. A strange obstacle, even for a mini putt!

  6. This makes me chuckled and giggled, love it!

  7. Well that was kind of scary there for a minute Andy. Then it made me laugh. I never thought about it before but mini-golf places would be great photo ops for the color memes. (I"ve never seen a hole quite like this one though.)

  8. What a startling find! You have to look twice to make sure it isn't real!


    Hush, little baby, it’s no time to cry,
    Mama will sing you a sweet lullaby—

    A bright rainbow song on this darksome night,
    A bright rainbow song that’s sure to delight:

    Green are the pastures where flocks of sheep graze;
    Grey and begrimed are the skies on fog-days.

    Red is the color of sun going down;
    Black is the smudge of a terrible frown.

    Blue are the mountains that rise from the plain;
    Shimmering golden the Kansas wheat-grain.

    So many colors, my baby, my fair!
    So many colors right here and right there!

    And thinking of colors under the sun,
    Yellow’s the brightest of all, little one!

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Old Woman at Market

  9. I'm very glad it isn't real, Andy. My post for ABC Wednesday this week is about the real thing.
    HOWever, yours is a very mellow kind of yellow!
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

  10. Could have fooled me!!! What an interesting "hole" on the mini putt course. Mickie


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