Pumpkins can be whimsical on their own, but once carved . . .
Sure, Let's hang a braid of garlic out with the plants.
Growing flowers, dried flowers and peppers?
Silly, silly window in honor of the Wild Boar.
Tops? Bobbins? All in a row.
Black Rooster in the Middle of Greve in Chiant? Yes, because it is a symbol of Chianti wine with a legend of land boundaries going back to the Middle Ages.
Interesting to put three children's heads on a building in Greve.
Random collection of pottery plates vie with ivy for pride of place.
Let's build our front door above the street and then create a little bridge to reach it and avoid any stairs.
Charming if eclectic front seating.
How to even up a uneven door . . . build a little ramp.
Happy painted sundial on the side of a building.
Old Wooden Wheel by the ticket booth to access the wall in Monteriggioni --- charming but why is it there?
Celebrating Italy on the balcony with planters?
Restaurant tucked away with odds and ends decor and bicycles.
Love the seat cover on this red bicycle -- floral and protected by red plastic.
That red bicycle got around!
I am left with the question -- does the bike rider need a rest between jaunts?
What do a bird house, a sunflower and a bulb of garlic (or maybe a little onion) have in common??
Looks like coffee tins as planters
Sweet candle lantern and a jack o'lantern.
No standard red postal box for this house!
Bee's Knees of Whimsy.
Ceramics to ward off vampires and maybe werewolves?
Venetian Style Masks in San Gimignano?
The cat from Rampini Ceramics is my touch of whimsy, just because cats have their own twist on life.
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