Sunday, April 1, 2012

Theme Day: Cobblestones


I wasn't able to find any cobblestone streets in Phoenix.  We are much to new of a city (and state) to have the real thing.  A little bit of an internet search helped me locate a subdivision named "Cobblestone" so I went there to find a photograph.  Not even a neighborhood named Cobblestone led me to a street of cobblestone.  So, the sign will have to do!
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15 comments:

Karl Demetz said...

Very clever, Sharon.
Have a nice sunday!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Julie and I had the same problem. I don't think there are any cobblestone streets in Scottsdale for her, and I certainly don't know of any in our area of Costa Rica. We had to settle for pavers.

You had a good solution, but I agree. A subdivision named cobblestone should have some cobblestone somewhere besides the sign.

JM said...

Sharon, this is such a cool and funny entry! :-) Well done.

Birdman said...

Hahaha! Good one. Not too many creative takes on this theme.

Jarart said...

Ha! Good one, Sharon! And I even see brick pavement on the street and the nice end pieces to the sign are close to being cobblestone. Well done.

Jilly said...

What a hoot! Now that's inventive of you, Sharon. Well done!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

clever indeed

RedPat said...

I'm impressed by your determination!

lifeisaroadtrip said...

Now that's dedication!

Regina K said...

This works great!

Randy said...

Very creative.

Jack said...

Let's call those stone pillars cobblestones and pack it in for the day . . .

It was a tough theme for many of us.

Teresa said...

Cobblestones, I guess, are not envogue for Arizona aesthetics...That's okay, I'm partial to anything made out of adobe.

At least you went the distance and sought it out!

Thérèse said...

Not bad at all! lol
Should ask Daily Photo to introduce "river rocks" in the coming months...

Kathy said...

Outside of New England I think cobblestones would have been difficult to find. You did a good job improvising.