February 19, 2008

Blog Photopalooza, day six

Yes, but, what is it?

And the story goes:
The previous owners of the property next door, after getting thoroughly liquored up, decided to build a pyramid. This is as far as they got.
And there it stands.

A random photo a day for two weeks: a random bit of fun started by Wall Candy.

20 comments:

Fog and Thistle said...

My neighbors a few doors down have a modern metal statue of a mother holding a baby, except Mama's head has fallen off about two years ago and is still on the ground

Rosebud Collection said...

Hey, that looks interesting..
There is something to be said about it..I have even heard people stand in them and they get some kind of energy..

jewelstreet said...

lol. That's what I should do. Get all liquored up and build a pyramid for my garden. Just a smaller version.

Hey Harriet said...

A renovators dream! The frame-work is all set up. What are you waiting for? Can't wait to see what you do with it! Keep us posted on the progress with lots of "after" shots ;)

High Desert Diva said...

It's on our neighbor's property. We just get to look at it!

Simply Wired Custom Jewelry said...

Niiiiiice. I can't recall how many times I was at the point where the need to build a pyramid (or some other type of crazy structure) was absolutely necessary.. This is a great photo!

Chucka Stone Designs said...

LOL! Well at least it is pyramid-like. You're doing great on your challenge, loving all the random scenery from your coast :)

Lava Jewelry said...

I'm curious...

How long has it been there?

Samurr said...

Interestinghtr post
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High Desert Diva said...

evidently for more than 30 years....strange, isn't it?

Cicada Studio said...

Looks like something my husband might build. On purpose.

BaldyLocks said...

I did that once....Ok, not really.

I'm pretty sure that looks like a vortex for the aliens to come.

AdobeSol said...

Sort of inspires me to make a necklace or something...

High Desert Diva said...

It truly is a conversation piece. No wonder the current owners leave it in place.

decadentdiamond said...

How funny, at first glance I thought it was a piece of art. (a purposely proposed piece of art!)

Rocki's Rock 'n Beads said...

I don't know why, but this actually gave me a chuckle! Love your blog!

Simply Me Art said...

Well, I sat here staring at it for several minutes and have to say, I Like it...Dont think my neighbors would appreciate something like that. Making a Statement...

Anonymous said...

There's absolutely NOTHING better than imagining you, sitting there at the computer, typing out the words "...all liquored up." Conjurs up a guy named, Bobby Dean Errington, who used to like to try to outrun the two cops in the little town of Roanoke, Alabama, my mom grew up in and we visited all through my childhood. Think he'd be right at home in the "pyramid". Thanks for the mental picture, Diva! You're a stitch...
Karen A`Musing Karen

picciolo said...

hehehe! Love your photos, this one especially made me smile, I wonder if they will ever finish it? Maybe you could help them? I'm sure then it would look wonderful!
: )

High Desert Diva said...

Karen...me and Bobby Dean are tight...that's where the phrase came from!