Friday, September 14, 2007

Hidden

home in my community

I've heard of a "privacy hedge", but this is ridiculous ;-)

18 comments:

Steve Buser said...

Redefines privacy too.

--steve buser
New Orleans Daily Photo

freefalling said...

A privacy octopus?

Kate said...

If I could have the house, I'd gladly accept the hedge,too.

Sonia said...

Wow! What a luxurious house! Love the palm tree, too!

Radman said...

i tend to agree. like the house, could do without the palmistry

slinger said...

Why do those remind me of Don King hair dews?

Excellent photo today, yesterdays long peer photo, wonderful.

Zsolt said...

the palms really create a funny composition:)

Peter said...

Well, at least I believe you can pass by. Try to the left or the right; it should work! ... and I guess the shadow is appreciated?

Seda said...

Wow! I suddenly realized that I really missed to visit your great city through your blog. This picture is great. Palm trees look like a bouquet of roses or some like that.
Seda
Istanbul Photo

TOG said...

This palm (Phoenix reclinata) has been over groomed and is now an angular piece of art. If it was left to nature it would be a softer and denser screen for the house. Google 'Phoenix reclinata' and see how beautiful the palm can be.

GMG said...

Hi Isabella,
Thanks for your comment on my blog.
I survived the Greek fires. Actually I was in the Islands (Kos, Crete and Mykonos) where there were no fires; only the island of Evia was somehow affected. I’m glad to be back and catch up your posts!
Now, «privacy hedge»? At least you may probably look at!
The Endless Blue post remembers me of Camoens, the 16th century Portuguese epic poet for whom Portugal was «where the land ends, and the sea beginns, and Phoebus rests in the Ocean...»
As I’m late, my posts at Blogtrotter are still in Bali 2005. Hope you enjoy it, anyhow!
Have a great weekend!

Linda said...

That's really lovely-sort of overdone in a classy sort of way.

Frank said...

If that's a Privacy Hedge, I can't wait to see the Guard Dog!

Nikon said...

For what it's worth, I've never heard it called a privacy hedge up my way.
You plant trees and hedges for privacy but never heard that useage.
Anyway, like Kate said, I'll take the house :)

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

I love those palms :-) -- May we exchange Palms with my basil small pot on my terrace?

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

HA!! :)
You made me laugh :) LOL

JoAnn :)

JAM said...

What an impressive batch of palms!

I like it, myself. But then again, I like anchovies too, so don't mind me.

Mike said...

A beautiful world indeed.