Tea In the Garden continued… Or THE END

Lamplight In The Pergola

Lamplight In The Pergola

 

THE WATCHERS
The Watchers

The Watchers

 

Tea

Tea

 

The Host

The Host

 

A Slice Of Pie

The Pie

 

Host:  So good of you to come, my dear friend.  I have few guests here.  One lump or two?

Guest:  Two.  Thank you.  We have many things to discuss, you and I.

Host:   Oh, I almost forgot.  Your lovely wife sent along a pie.  Apparently, it was something special  that arrived after you departed.  She had a slice first, of course.  She is a charming girl,  isn’t she?   Come, let us have a slice with our tea.  I could see  it is the freshest one.  Why, it almost seemed to bubble as if it were still in the oven.

THE END

22 Comments on “Tea In the Garden continued… Or THE END

  1. They are wonderful, George. The first one looks a bit like a ghost’s head. The foot looks like part of a statue. The third one looks as if it’s all in lace. The Host looks almost Biblical. And the last one looks like a timeless, faded photo of yesteryear. All so different!

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  2. You’re constructing an entire universe here….one star at a time, one story at a time. You marry the surreal to the real and somehow make it feel familiar…like something we should know.

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    • Elmeliat teases me about H.P. Lovecraft all the time. I can’t create the graphics that he does so I married the story of the pie with a tea party to tease him back. I have a dark side, Alex… BOO!!

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      • All teasing aside, this is worthy of Weird Tales Magazine , and I mean that in a good way. Those first two shots are tremendously evocative of the Weird Tales-Lovecraft fantasies & macabre mysteries . And you did it without photoshop or an extra eyeball ! 😀

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        • The thing was for you. I just could not find an eyeball until it was finished. I finally found one on the frog in the kitchen…too late. Thanks for the compliment. I was rather disturbed by the whole thing after I saw the photographs. I should put up the macro lens, I think.

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    • I forgot to thank you for your wildly inaccurate compliment! I like it anyway! Thank you!! I liked my photos too. 😉

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      • The photo titled ‘Tea’ is so COOL! I’ve been trying to think of what it reminds me of….or what it calls to mind. In my mind, that one photo is a story about people who’ve relocated to some completely strange and alien environment yet they still make every effort to maintain the proper civilities of life as they knew it. I know this is weird……

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        • Not weird at all. That is precisely what it is intended to imply. You know Lovecraft’s world was alien to say the very least!

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  3. That first picture has a face! A creepy, spooky one to boot! Beautiful pictures, George. It took me a moment to discern the second picture, and then all of sudden Rita’s foot materialized right before my eyes! 🙂

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    • My own sister asked what that “claw thing” was! She thought I had some figurine, I guess, that she’d never seen. Thanks. I’m glad you liked them, Cara!

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  4. I think this is wonderful. What on earth is that claw thing in the pergola?

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    • Now, Shimon, that’s the best “strange” tea I could arrange! I am tired of this silliness.

      I have some real photographs of the trees and shrubs from the piles that remained after the landscape pruning yesterday. I like them. 😉

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  5. What a nice post… but doesn’t seem to me finished, as if just started, I wonder the next…. You did a wonderful post, I loved the host photograph, but everything seems as a msytery… You are amazing dear George, I enjoyed. Thank you, have a nice day, with my love, nia

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