March 13, 2013

Trespassing is just another word for...


...EXPLORING.  Right?




"Hidden Treasures"
Lambertville, NJ



You just never know what you might find when you walk down a private alley into someone's backyard.  As long as it isn't the police, I'm okay with that.


--Kathy




19 comments:

  1. That is interesting isn't it! As long as you don't get caught...but I think alley's are technically public! LOL

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  2. Ah, Lambertville, NJ ... definitely on my list. Just a little hard to get to from where I live without spending the whole day getting there and back. (Visiting from Rurality Blog Hop)

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  3. Great photo for Rurality ~ creative art sign and bench ~ ^_^

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  4. Wow, that is such a cool shot!

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  5. Love what you caught down the alley..... hope you have a sunny day.

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  6. Good for you girl to take the risk. It is usually rewarded.

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  7. I have a bench exactly like this in my garden!

    Mollyxxx

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  8. Ha! As long as no one came out and shot you I guess it's okay. LOL

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  9. Nice shot, Going in someone's back yard is out of my comfort zone, but I have seen some really cool stuff from the safety of the ally

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  10. You made me laugh, Kathy ... absolutely, but in some parts of the country/world one can get shot for trespassing and they won't stop to ask if you're just exploring. Nevertheless, I like your approach. So whose back yard did you poach this photo from? ;-> Thanks for joining Walk and Click Wednesday!!

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  11. If you can see it form a public stand point...funny.

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  12. I'm not sure which I like better, the sign or the bench. I don't think it's trespassing unless it's posted, is it? :-)

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  13. So worth the trespassing.. So if you go missing for a while we will know what happened... LOL..

    Hugs~

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  14. I agree, but I do respect people's property, especially if it's posted. I was confronted by a man in a very small very rural town in eastern WA a couple of years ago (I walked up to some junk sitting beside the dirt road, an old Ramble station wagon etc.) and he actually scared me... I was thankful to get back in my car and get the heck outta there! Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #6' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #7...

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  15. Okay, this comment is late because I've been sick, but I had to comment on this. ♥ that frame! I really want that for my art room! Do you think it was junk or for sale? lol

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