ABC Wednesday ~ W is for…

W is for Weather-vanes



When we are both in town and available Willow, from Willow’s Cottage, and I try to walk each day for an hour. We trade off walking in my neighborhood and hers. All of these weather-vane photos are from our walks in her neighborhood, except for this last one.


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Photobucket is holding all my photos I stored with them from 2007-2015 hostage. They have blacked out all those photos on my blog posts. OH BOTHER! I’m slowly cleaning up my posts.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

46 thoughts on “ABC Wednesday ~ W is for…

  1. I love the quail weather-vanes. Is that a local motif? I’ve never seen them before!

    Hi Kim, Quails are the state bird of California so I’m guessing that’s why we have these vanes here…

  2. I’m so glad I stopped by.. these are stunning… I have a thing for these.. I took a picture only last week of a cottage with ivy growing over the gable, when I got home and looked at it the weather vane had a fox on it..

    Got your messageabout SW..never mind.. enjoy the wedding.

  3. I really love peeking in on your world. I’ll put you up on my prayer board in my bathroom to pray for your week. It’s what I see each day and ask God to show me how to pray. I’m thinking supernatural strength from Him would be a good start. Love the weather vanes—the pig is pretty funny.

  4. I LOVE these, Ellen. I have started a file of weathr vanes that I’ll post one day. So far, you’ve found many more than I have. 😉

  5. Now that—is some neat pictures! What a wonderful collage of weather vanes! I have missed my visits here! I have got to finish up my book project and get back to visiting and poking around!!!
    BE blessed Ellen!

  6. Thank you for visiting my blog. Your weather-vanes are great…what a good W choice. One of my favourite weather-vanes is the Old Man Time on top of one of the stands at Lords Cricket Ground, in London. I think it’s quite famous.

  7. Oh these are so chic, so artistic, so beautiful! A perfect choice for letter “W” and a perfect set of photos!

    Inspired by your pics, I will try to find such a chic wheather vane and will put it on the balcony of my flat in Istanbul! I say “I will try to find” because we unfortunately do not have the tradition to put weather vanes on our roofs in my country!

  8. Oh, these are wonderful! I used to “collect” chimney pots, so I spent a lot of time looking at roofs, but I’ve never seen such a lot of weather vanes. Did the pig get tired of flying?

  9. Hi!

    So many weather vanes you´d collected!! And so different they are….
    I like them all, but the pig is so funny laying there in the flower pot.

  10. What a fantastic collection of weather vanes….people are so creative…who would have imagined a dancing couple, or a forest of trees, and I think I like the sailing ship the best.

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