Monday, November 28, 2011

Kenny 365

Fall is quickly slipping into Winter. And the Kenny 365 neighborhood photo project continues to capture a day in the life. Here are my last 8 submissions...









KENNY VINES




This natural wreath will soon be withered on the vine. But the rusty sunflower has weathered many Winters.






BLACK SQUIRREL





Our street has a new resident. And he is a beautiful black squirrel









BROWN





Yellow, red and orange might be the popular Fall colors. But brown is better than a snowy white!








STOP AND SEE THE FLOWERS





The owner of this Kenny house was camera shy. But she allowed me a photo of her beautiful yard. And anyone who walks grass lake has enjoyed her Fall display.










GRASS LAKE


A day in Kenny is like a day at the beach. Well, sort of.











THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN KENNY






Free mobile home on lakefront property. Nestled in the safe and friendly Kenny neighborhood. Sports an open floor plan perfect for a very small family of 3. A tiny barn is also included in the free asking price. Hurry! This charming fixer upper won't stay on the market for long.






PUMPKIN HEAD






Just another example of the spooky spirits in Kenny.


























FALLING LEAVES


Is this the yellow brick road? No, it's just a street in Kenny.



6 comments:

DJan said...

Nice pictures, Sharon. I especially love the mobile home for a small family of three. And the beautiful yellow road. :-)

Wanda..... said...

Love the yellow brick road photo. I have never seen a black squirrel...just grey and fox squirrels here...I think!

Shane Kent Louis said...

Your photos are very captivating and I love the black squirrel it looks great!


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Shane Kent Louis said...

Your photos are very captivating and I love the black squirrel it looks great!


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Don Urness said...

We started noticeing Black squirrels on the farm about twenty years ago. This year I only saw a few while deer hunting but they are out there.

onangelwings said...

Cute post. That picture of the doll house has a nice prospective. I love your vision.