Whimsical Wednesday # 129

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.

*Today's giggle wasn't googled, I received it via email from fishducky, who in turn received it from someone else I believe.

we've all heard of face-planting, right?


  1. That's pretty cool.

  2. Love it. And it looks sooooo much better than the last face plant I did (into the road).

  3. Lovely, ethereal image. And, the very best kind of face planting... I've done a few of the not so good ones in my life :)

  4. Lovely, more like plant painting.

  5. Delores; I like this one so much I'm printing it for a bookmark.

    Joanne; very summery.

    Elephant's Child; mine was onto a footpath, nice gravel rash along one cheek.

    Vicki; it is pretty isn't it? I haven't face-planted often, but I remember them.

    Merle; it's very artistic.

  6. Reminds me of The 'Jumbly Girl' with hair of green who came from the sea in a sieve.
    A Character from the hilarious poem 'The Dong with the luminous nose', By Edward Lear. Also a poem which would be impossible to recite.

  7. Was that really from me? I don't remember it--but I like it!!

  8. Vest; I don't know the poem at all, but I'm sure it is interesting.

    fishducky; in amongst many beautiful world photos you forwarded to me last week.

  9. That is so beautiful and a wonderful choice for Whimisical Wednesday. I can just see that framed and on my wall.

  10. ... wow.. River, this is a beautiful image... I love it...
    Hugs and Blessings..
    Barb xxx

  11. Facepainting takes on a whole new meaning! This really is lovely River.

  12. The poem mentioned can be read on Google or Wiki

  13. Oh I like this one very much. Thank you.

  14. Mimsie; it's doing the rounds on the internet, so I don't think anyone could object if you printed and framed it.

    Musings, Tea and Me; some people out there have fabulous imaginations!

    Barbara Neubeck; I love it too, it will be printed for a book mark.

    Rose~from OZ; a much better faceplant than usually meant by the word.

    Vest; I may look it up, may not too. I'm not a big fan of poetry.

    Happy Christine; you're welcome.

  15. This is so clever - I am curious as to whether you thought of the phrase ”face-planting” and looked for an image ... or thought of the phrase when you saw this! Either way, I love it!

  16. Susan F; this came to me amongst other images via email and was already titled face-plant. I thought it was very clever.


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