Hi Robert, I have attached a couple of photos of the sundial now that it has a pedestal for display. It looks fantastic and well worth the wait! Feel free to use them on your website if you would like to. Kind regards, Lyn View In Shop…
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Rob and Carol’s Rain MMax Rain Gauge mounted on pool fence. Easy to Read, Easy to Use and Easy to Install.
Robert, Thank you for the beautiful kookaburra weathervane. It complements our facility and gardens so well that it looks like that it has been there for years. We held an unveiling ceremony yesterday with our Residents and it was the talking point for the rest of the day. Please find attached a photo of the [...]
Rob and Anita’s Cottage Rooster Weathervane on Yard Cubby
Peter Stammers has setup his 7 Foot Windmill into an ideal position. Open and exposed to take full advantage of the Wind (as a windmill should be).
John Has put a lot of hard work into his shed and wanted to finish it off and so he “Crowned it” with a large copper and brass Rooster Weathervane (which has been pre aged). It certainly sets it off and because of the sheds prominence it can be seen from many directions. John is [...]
Hi Robert The Kookaburra weathervane is attached to a cubby house roof located in our suburban backyard in Perth. Beyond the back fence is a grassed lane way with a stand of Tuart tree’s that provide a sancturary for migratory birds. The newly installed weathervane captured the attention of this interested observer for sometime one recent late afternoon. [...]
Here is how Anthony Demassi of Horsely Park set up the extra Large sized Equatorial Sun Dial. What a great result He has made a real feature of it mounted on a substantial plinth and shown to advantage on a sea of crushed Pebbles. The result is a real talking point and feature of his [...]
Here is how Doug Kohlhoff of North Arm Cove NSW positioned his Polished Brass Zodiac Sun Dial. A really Brilliant result. Hi Robert Thanks for your time Saturday afternoon Have some piccies here for you to select from use as you wish. The landscaping is as yet incomplete but the sundial looks good in situ. [...]