Titirangi Storyteller

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watching paint

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Yes, it’s true – I am easily distracted by bright, shiny objects. I found this fence mesmerising. And I found myself wishing I could paint one just like it – except where I live it would be completely silly and just wouldn’t do… it really wouldn’t work what with all the trees and nature stuff… but in the city… now there a fence like this really shines…


Written by Titirangi Storyteller

30/10/2011 at 10:27 pm

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  1. Like the rainbow fence. Makes me smile 🙂 Oh put it across your backyard just for you~!


    Happy Daze

    31/10/2011 at 1:34 am

  2. I think I’ll just take a bus and go stare at this one for a bit ;-}}


  3. What a fun way to pass time. We were all smart, little kids at one time and they for sure would be captivated. EnJOY the view~!


    Happy Daze

    01/11/2011 at 1:36 am

    • Ha ha! I always do! Well, most of the time… today it seems I need to wash my windows. But that could just be writer’s procrastination talking!


  4. Wow, now that’s a fence. I really love it, but couldn’t possibly have one like it. First, I would have to paint it, and that would be impossible, and second, my nasty neighbor would have the city out here in a flash under the pretense of public nuisance or something like that.



    01/11/2011 at 7:36 am

    • Yes, it breaks all the rules about fences…be discreet, hide things, don’t attract attention… it’s in the Dominion Road neighbourhood of Auckland – an area that has long been a bit funky and artsy and immigrant-y. these days there’s been an influx of Chinese which could explain all the colour… (why oh why do the English and their cultural descendants consider drab to be tasteful??? This would fit right in in Norway…)


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