Sunday, November 1, 2009

Mellow Yellow Monday

Although they appear to be guarding a field, these little scarecrows are only about eight inches tall.  Their field has sprouted from a hay bale left out in the rain.




They seem happy to have the job last just a little longer this season.
For more mellow yellows, visit Drowsy Monkey who hosts this bright start to the week.

16 comments:

chubskulit said...

Those are cute scare crows hehehe..

Here's my Mellow Yellow entry.

kat@iTravel said...

haha..i agree with chubskulit.

Happy MYM.

mine is up too.

VioletSky said...

I wouldn't have expected hay bales to sprout again. good thing these two are ready for guard duty.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Two scarecrow brothers
brave the elements to keep
marauders away.

My Mellow Yellow

Marice said...

those are cute scarecrows!

u may view mine if u have time

Lindy MacDuff said...

Very cute; I like that big yellow bow tie!

Thanks for your nice comment on my mockingbird.
:D

Diane AZ said...

I didn't know hay bales could sprout...neat! Cute photo and I like the shadow on the fence. :)

Spiderdama said...

Funny pictures;-)

Maria Berg said...

Yes that splash of yellow make me smile like tha house you have with the yellow door. MB

Carly said...

Cute decorations!

Rudee said...

They don't look too scary!

Mimi said...

Ah, they're so cute!
And good company for each other- even a scarecrow needs a friend.
Thanks for being my friend and for your visits at mine- I always love to read your comments.

Dimple said...

Cute! Great angle, giving the illusion of a field!

storyteller said...

Very kewl ;-)
Perspective is everything, right? Reminds me of a tiny Snowman I built one year then photographed as if it was huge. Great fun! Thanks for visiting my Mellow Yellow Blue Monday at Small Reflections. Hope you're having a great day!
Hugs and blessings,

April said...

Two little friends - a sweet picture!

Glennis said...

They are cute and do look much bigger, ding a good job guarding.

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