My Son went snow camping last weekend at Lochleven Lake in the Sierra's (Northern California). He sent pictures from his phone but they wouldn't transfer to my computer (sniff, sniff)
ANYWAY. . .
Hiking on one of the days they came across a pile of these, pulled from downed poles due to the heavy snow.
The colors are amazing, one is wonderful turquoise green, the other is clear. My Son's buddy got a beautiful deep garnet red one (sniff, sniff).
The poles have a wonderful rusted patina with the added bonus of being threaded. I've toyed with the idea of having my son make me two more of his amazing light poles so I could put them in the yard.
Maybe on either side of the fountain?
So many possibilities, I've never been so excited and so stumped at the same time. They are so cool, I want to display them in a way to do justice to their beauty and I suck at tablescaping! I'll shut up now and show you the other pic's I took. But . . . . I would LOVE input on how you would display them. I drool over all the amazing tablescapes in Blogland but mine NEVER seem to look as good, at least to me!
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