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Posted by indigosunshine z4 west WI (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 7, 13 at 20:15

I love the way the dragon looks like he is peeking around the post. Tim made him from an old air compressor and other old metal parts. The face is made from a leg of an old wood or cook stove. We had him in the upper garden last year but it looks so much better down here.....better proportions. I'm changing my garden all the time!


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LOVE IT!!


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Very sweet!


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Love your flowers as well!


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He's adorable!!! The perfect place at just the right angle


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He's so cute & sweet faced! Are the cone flowers something you made? Jan


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Very cute playing peek-a-boo!!


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O M G! he is just tooooooooo cute!!


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Ha-Ha photo Ha-HaforPondForum.jpg


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Wow! He's fantastic!! Don't suppose you could post some other close up pictures, could you?? My daughter wants a dragon for her yard and we're looking for ideas since my DH welds creatures for us.

Love you dragon!


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Have you named your dragon? He is wonderful. TYFS Jlily


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I think your dragon is the inspiration I needed to sign up for a welding 101 class @ the local community college this winter. Love it!


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Jan, no I didn't make the cone flowers. Marlene, here is a closer picture, hope it helps!


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That is just plain fabulous!!!


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Fantabulous! Thanks for the closeup. Your husband is so creative to see the dragon face in the stove leg!
Kathy


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very cool!


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Thanks so much for the closeup!
I love him, and if my DH was alive I definitely
would have a similar one! I know there are
enough 'parts' around here......
I just can't weld....sigh


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Thanks for the close up! Gives me a better idea of construction pieces.


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