This pot has a nasty crack in it. Can you fix it or, better still, improve it?
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Good use of the old SFTW image Dean, but I wonder what is forming those leaf shadows on the pot but not the ground? 🙂
I too was wondering about the leaf shadows - maybe something magical 🙂
For a more clean look, here are the shadows removed. I'll see if I can come up with a more craetive solution to those shadows 🙂
Dave, your Amazon package has been delivered. 😀
Haha - It's the pot repair kit that I ordered 🙂
Oops! Should have fixed sooner!
I'm going nowhere near that - or perhaps we need a snake charmer sitting next to the pot ?
It looks like K's parcel had the correct ZIP code 🙂
Looks like a way too scary catapiller Dave.
Speaking of scary, I did think of using the Dave Head in this one, but that would have been just a bit too scary.
Great idea! Great job!
Nice one Trevor, and you're right, my head would have frightened away many forum users 🙂
Another of Dave's pots has cracked !
Render by @davescm in Pots and Cans (yes, another reference in this thread!)
Very clever Jane. There must be something going around cracking those pots in identical fashion 🙂
Those cracks must be contagious 🙂
Now that you say it Dave, I am beginning to worry about the boards, and the ground, and us, and all.