Shadow Shot Sunday: Downspout


Downspout growing grass—
only in Seattle, lass,
where anything goes!

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo taken on Vine Street, downtown Seattle, where the Growing Vine Street project flourishes.
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Posted on April 4, 2010, in my digital photos, my senryu, Seattle, Shadow Shot Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. I would love to see that downspout … great photo.

  2. How Unique! And creative too! Nice photo of the unusual.
    Hope you don’t mind, I added your blog to my sidebar. Let me know if that’s not okay. Otherwise, you are in the Round Circle. Thanks for stopping by, and thanks for the poetry for my SSS photo!


  3. I missed this one. It’s very cool. We saw similar growings up on the sides of buildings in New Orleans.

  4. That’s the most beautiful (and clever) downspout I’ve ever seen! Very nice photo!

  5. Great photo, Magical Mystical Teacher! Thank you for visiting me..

    (Regarding your comment on my blog about extra link, if you use blogger, your id is already linked to your website, and if you use wordpress, you can use the URL option to lead readers to where you want them to go when they click on your name. The extra link is something like this: Mine is here, or mine is up, or view mine here after the comment, and it’s hyperlink. These sort of things are consider spammed by Google, and I have known people got their websites shut down because of it. I work too hard on my websites, and I don’t want it to happen to me! Thanks for understanding.)

  6. Unique downspout, I’ve never seen anything like it, great find!

  7. Amazing! I’ve never seen a vine-y downspout before, let alone one which is also a planter (of sorts).
    Thanks for the visit, I love your poetic captions!

  8. Whoa! Those are some downspouts. Interesting shots for sure.Yup, only in Seattle!

  9. Wow! that is really cool! Downspout as art!!

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