love love love that chandelier!
Oh, it's gorgeous! I am sort of taking measurements every time I walk by - will my ceiling be high enough??? ;-)
Dog looks a bit like Buster. Fall greetings, dear Merisi!
I was sort of down on the pavement, taking aim at the bike, when the dog whisked by. ;-)Autumn greetings to you, too, Elizabeth!Hoping to get one more time to see Linda McCarthy's pictures before they leave town.
Merisi, I also love the antlers, but that dog's tail immediately reminded me of my friend Buster. Elizabeth said it before me!xo
Inspecting the bike, right in front of my lens (no zoom there). ;-)
Incredible chandelier! Cute pooch! (Psssst... come by my blog, I've got a photo post I think you'll like!)
See you soon! ;-)
The self-portrait, accidental or not, is very funny!
I had no idea my reflection was in there until I resized the picture. Took me a while to figure out how I was holding the camera. ;-)
Nice. I love them both.
Liebe Merisi, der Leuchter sieht ja spannend aus!Alles Liebe, Traude
Ja, würde ihn nicht ungern in mein Schloß hängen! *giggles*
I'm not really into antlers but that chandelier looks quite exotic.
Love your "I am not really into antlers"! ;-)
I'm with VP!
Of course I love the dog ;). When we travel out West, we sometimes see Elk antler chandeliers,and even saw a Christmas tree made out of them last year. The one that you shared, is really pretty~
I remember finding a small deer antler, bleached like the chandelier's,on an outing in the woods with my father. I hadn't thought of it since when I was a child, until I spotted that chandelier.
That's quite a light fitting!
That antler chandelier would be perfect in our living room. But I can't imagine having to dust it. Oh, well, never mind.
That is indeed a unique light fixture!! Terrific captures! Love the street scene! Hope you're enjoying your weekend, Merisi!!
Oh, Clayton Theodore would love the chandelier! When we lived in the US I would request polished elk antlers for him to gnaw from a friend in Wyoming; I'm certain he would be delighted to have so many chewies dangling above him here. :)
Love the windy dog natch!
The self-portrait is so great :-) Love that chandelier!!
The chandelier is pretty cool but I don't want to think of how many beautiful animals had to die to make it.
Stags shed their antlers every winter. The antlers simply fall off.
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