Tuesday, November 17, 2015

All in the Details

Life is such a big thing. 
 All of us trying to be all there is to be and still make a difference anyway we can.  

If we stop and take a look around, any of us can see those small things that decorate our lives and make statements about who we are, what we like, and what is important to us.  


I passed these Native American figures while out on a small country road.  
They were at a driveway entrance, of a very lovely homestead.  



To me, they were so distinctive.  Quite unlike anything I have come across before.  And, though I don't know their owner, I can tell that they find importance in small things.


"Details create the big picture."  

Sanford I. Weill  








27 comments:

  1. really neat finds, and as you say, shows a bit of the owner's heart.

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  2. If we only slow down a bit in this life, we'd be amazed and the small details.

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  3. I would like to have those type of figures at the garden, maybe plant tobacco near them.

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    1. I think they would look great with some tobacco plants around them.

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  4. They are very different. I like them! Great find.

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  5. Those are so pretty and dignified in their patina. xoox Su

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  6. I wonder where they came from... Sensitive subject...

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    1. It is a sensitive subject. For me, it was merely a photographic observation from the side of the road.

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  7. They are so sweet. What a find. They make a statement outside their house.
    Rosezeeta

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  8. I'm curious to know more about them. ;)

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    1. I would like to know myself. May have to do a little research!

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  9. I've never seen anything like them. The male is definitely plains but the female is in a southern style dress.

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  10. Handsome statues. I wonder who made them.

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    1. Terra, I wonder too. Not something I have seen before.

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  11. There must be some Native American blood in the family that lives there. I love those statues! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  12. I would love to know where they came from and what they mean to the owners!

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    1. Rose, I thought they were pretty interesting. I haven't run across anything like them before. I wonder where they came from.

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  13. Hello, they are pretty statues. They must have special meaning for the property owners. Thanks for sharing, enjoy your day!

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  14. They are lovely. Always fun to find interesting things when out and about.

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  15. What unique things to find. It makes you wonder if there are others around.

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    1. I thought they were pretty unique. I've never seen anything like them before.

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  16. Very unique items. They must mean something to the owners.

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