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Saturday, June 20, 2009

Make a Call! My Picture Of The Day

Only in Washington State!
Or should I name this picture Call of Nature?


Do you have other suggestions?
You do have other names, and here they are:
Muddy Boot Dreams :
Terrestrial ET please call home.
Helen :
A rolling phone gathers no moss... or does it?
Sorry, I mist your call?
That's taking the green roof concept a little too far?
SNJGardener :
I guess there's no cell phone coverage?
Any other suggestions?
Kim and Victoria :
Phone courtesy of "Ma Nature" (not Ma Bell.)
Jamie and Randy said:
In a couple more decades they will all look like that and kids won't even know what they were used for.
Karen :
... Gives new meaning to the term "mossback"!
Maria Berg said:
...Fun and I believe there are no cellphones?

25 comments:

  1. Call of nature is perfect!

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  2. Terrestrial ET please call home.

    Jen

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  3. That's at a state park isn't it ? Can you tell, I'm from WA too.

    Looks normal to me ... in fact, looks a lot like my fence.

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  4. That's too funny! A very rustic phone booth, I honestly didn't think they had many of them left in the age of cell phones!

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  5. A rolling phone gathers no moss... or does it?

    Sorry, I mist your call? (Which really has nothing to do with the picture, but there you go.)

    That's taking the green roof concept a little too far?

    Oh, Helen, those are grown-ers!

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  6. When you said 'call of nature'I thought you meant something else.

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  7. I love it, Tatyana. Perfect picture, perfect caption. Made me laugh right out loud!

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  8. Hi Tatyana~~ I'm not witty enough to top yours or Barbara's suggested captions. However I will say if you don't mind, a similar phone booth could be found in Oregon's forests as well. Moss is awesome. This is a great photo Tatyana, a testament to a plant's opportunism.

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  9. It makes such a good photograph

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  10. I guess there's no cell phone coverage?

    http://snjgardener.blogspot.com/

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  11. I LOVE IT!!
    and your last photo of the beach, BEAUTIFUL!!

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  12. Tina, Heather, Jodi, Joanne, Lynn, thank you!!!
    Jen, Helen, SNJGardener, I'll put your comments as an addition to the post, they are great!
    JC, thank you! I love mosses and your fence should look pretty good!
    Rob, we all like idioms, don't we?
    Grace, the places which we visited during our trip reminded Oregon a lot! When the picture of the OR mossy phone booth will get posted, we need to compare which one is mossier!

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  13. That's a great photo Tatyana. I wish I had a clever caption for you. It's too early in the AM for my brain to come up with anything tho ~ maybe after a bit more coffee??!!

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  14. Love call of nature!!!! AMAZING!!!
    Happy Gardening Dear Friend

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  15. Phone courtesy of "Ma Nature" (not Ma Bell.)

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  16. In a couple more decades they will all look like that and kids won't even know what they were used for. LOL --Randy

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  17. You wrote " Another good one, Maria! " I have to say the same to you!!!
    Fun and I believe there are no cellphones?

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  18. Love it... adore moss wherever it may be!!

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  19. That is perfect and so PNW! Which trailhead was that? I love it. Gives new meaning to the term "mossback"!

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  20. Such a lovely picture / gittan

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  21. I love this! And everyone's wonderful ideas for captions! :)

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  22. AnonymousJune 23, 2009

    Ну а я украла твою фотографию и послала сыну. Он занимается сотовой связью. Жалуется, что работы мало...

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  23. Delightful photo, Tatyana ... you nailed it!

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