Collaborative traditional cut and paste (scissors and glue ) collage blog with a weekly set theme.
Lovely stuff! Yes, those fair ground games were pretty sad especially for the fish.
Great stuff Angie. Reminds me of those carnival games...hoopla, roll-a-penny and chucking the darts at playing cards.
It may be from you archives, but I'm pretty sure I haven't seen this one before. I REALLY like it! It's imaginative, yet has a cleanliness of design, realized by the symmetry, that rings my chimes.
BTW, can you tell us what building that is? or where you found it? It's a fascinating combo of old-timey and industrial...
Oh gee, unless I jot down a note...hmmmmm, wait a minute, I posted this on Flickr some time ago. Let me have a look to see if I identified source.
Nope, did not say where I acquired image. Sorry.
Excellent... our family got all four of our goldfish that way... they lived for ages! The longest surviving one, Goldy (named by my two-year old brother) lived for 14 YEARS! Two of the other three fish reached their tenth birthday at least.
I love hearing the longevity of the fish you won. I also had a goldfish, named Sam, for quite some time (don't remember where I acquired Sam) UNTIL our cat KIT KAT moved into our house (he was a foundling). Oh well, Sam had a good run.