Saturday, December 05, 2009

Photo Hunt Curved

Building our curved front path with Supervisor Spotty checking on productivity.

The finished product.

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YTSL said...

Hope the effort was worth it! :)

MaR said...

Is there an "after" picture too?? :)
Nicely curved.

Enjoy your weekend.

My curved

Chubskulit Rose said...

Very nice curves!

Please take a peek on my share of CURVED.

I am now following your blog btw..

Gemma Wiseman said...

Great before and after pics! Curves that become a part of your daily footprint!

Kim, USA said...

Love the before and after photo. Thanks for sharing and happy weekend!

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Rebecca Mecomber said...

You did an excellent job! Here in the Northeast, we'd lay stone or bricks, or (eek!) asphalt on our curved walks.

My Curved photos are up. I hope you get some time to visit me! Have a wonderful weekend.

Mrs. Mecomber
New York Traveler.net

jams o donnell said...

Ah now I love the before and the after. Great take on the theme

Scott Law said...

Nice walk and fence. I really enjoy seeing so many varieties on this theme. Great job!

Unknown said...

That's beautiful! My, what a nice place. Good job.

I'm a day late this week. Ugh!


Goji said...

Look great!
Thank you.

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