Saturday, February 4

My Place and Yours


Today's theme is "outside".
It's a humid day and trying to rain so this is outside my kitchen window.
  


We live in a small cottage with close neighbours on either side and long skinny blocks, sometimes it's a bit like caravan park living.
Pop over to Vics and see what else is outside.

12 comments:

Zara said...

Oh at least you can look out to the pretty bunting.
Ours here are very close too, only a driveway apart on one side and about 2m on the other. Luckily we have good, quiet neighbours.
x

Sally said...

Such a sweet view. The bunting and the greenery... makes me smile!

Bronwyn Beazley said...

Lovely, cheery bunting! :)

Paulette said...

I also like the flags hanging from the fence. I might have to try this cute idea whe our weather gets nicer.

Jackie Proctor said...

Your bunting looks great! I only have paddocks around my house and have no idea what it is to have close neighbours.

Kelly @ Polkadot Lane said...

Sweet, cheery bunting and green plants - it's such a lovely outlook.

melissa said...

We have a funny shaped block - narrow at the front and close-ish to our neighbours (though not lined up so no looking in kitchen windows) but a big triangle shaped backyard where you can feel very private.

I love that bunting - what a great addition to the fence.

Tracey said...

after Adelaide's hot summer I seriously love a spot of cloudy overcast weather :)

Amy said...

I love the bunting!!! So gorgeous.

Wombat's Picnic said...

The bunting looks great - such a fun way to brighten up an outdoor space:) Cyndy

Jasmine said...

I'm with everyone else, love the bunting! I might copy! :)

Madeline said...

Our neighbours are also quite close and we're surrounded on three sides. I could lean out and touch the house next door on one side! You do get to know your neighbours', ahem, habits. Love the garden bunting!