Wednesday, May 2, 2018

signs signs

the sandycove sign is made with sea glass.



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31 comments:

  1. The sea glass lettering is beautiful and I love the gate.
    Wishing you a very nice day.

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  2. Nice to use shells like that. Old technic in a new coat.

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  3. Lovely sign, though if someone doesn't get busy with the shears you won't be able to see it in a few months.

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  4. Very creative use of stuff that usually finds its way into a drawer, never again to see the light of day.

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  5. Really Like . . .
    Gives me an idea . . .

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  6. ...you must have to walk a bit to see the sand!

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  7. Hello Bill.
    A very beautiful and interesting sign made from sea glass!
    Lovely picture and nice gate!
    Have a lovely day!
    Dimi...

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  8. Good choice for the meme! It looks like a place to explore!!

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  9. That's a very creative use of "sea glass." I'm assuming that gate opens up so you can walk over the dunes down to the sea. Nicely done, Bill!

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  10. That is lovely and actually quite sweet, Bill!

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  11. That is a beautiful sign. I'm assuming the sandy part is just over that hill.

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  12. Neat sign and a lovely gate, Bill !

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  13. Love it, sea glass is so beautiful.

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  14. I love sea glass and bet that is really beautiful in person. Nice gate too!

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  15. Unique and beautiful. You always find interesting things to photograph, Bill.

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  16. A sign with a lot imagination. I like it.
    Greetings.

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  17. That a nice sign and gate.
    ; )

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  18. I really like the gate. And the sea glass should shine brightly when the sun hits the letters.

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  19. Looks beautiful in the wild! Lovely shot!

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  20. Someone has made a fine looking garden sign.

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  21. How neat. I love the gate and the seaglass sign.
    MB

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  22. That's a nice way to create a sign, and very welcoming. Is that an entrance to a public area?

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  23. To be made with sea glass is brilliant.

    All the best Jan.

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  24. It looks like someone repurposed an old bed frame for that gate. Pretty.

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