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Tanaka Farms Pumpkin Patch, Irvine, California - Source




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Wisley Scarecrows, Surrey, England by Colin Smith - Creative Commons License




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A Scarecrows View, Skidby, UK. Stephen Horncastle - Creative Commons License.




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Nicely dressed scarecrow, North Lanarkshire, UK by Stevie Spiers - Creative Commons License.




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Royal scarecrow, Lincolnshire, UK by Ian Paterson - Creative Commons License.




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Walking alongside the New River Ancholme, UK by Ian Paterson - Creative Commons License. Note the plastic container head.




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Lonely Scarecrow on Blanchland Moor, UK by Ed Jennings - Creative Commons License.
Love the green hair and the bird.




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Scarecrow fishing near Stanford on Soar, UK by Andy Jamieson - Creative Commons.




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Lots of company on a Japanese Paddy Field by Fg2 - Source




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Scarecrows' gathering, near Lausanne, Switzerland by Gerbil




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Scarecrow on large Bar Hill, UK by Nigel Mykura - Creative Commons License.
Love the soccer ball head and the dive.




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Beautiful view just south of Broadford, UK by Richard Webb - Creative Commons.




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Raincoat scarecrow, Lincolshire, UK by Ian Paterson - Creative Commons License.




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Pants missing. Castlecraig, Scotland by Walter Baxter - Creative Commons License.




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A scarecrow on winter duty, Great Gidding, UK. By Michael Trolove - Creative Commons.




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'Kindly keep off my onions!' Suffolk, UK by Zorba the Geek - Creative Commons License.




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Scarecrow that paints in Rhode Island, pic by George Bekris www.flickr.com




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Scarecrows Fishing Flickr by KellyJ




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The CD jewelry looks good and serves as well. By Neil Theasby Creative Commons.




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Admiring the sky in Burgos, Spain by Zarateman




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An ancient Roman Scarecrow by Notafly. Creative Commons.



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Tall & traditional scarecrow from Wdzydze, Poland by Polimerek -  Creative Commons.




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Scarewoman Devon, UK by Roger Cornfoot - Creative Commons License.




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Hanhi scarecrow, Vietnam. Source.




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Scarecrow with a doll's head in Japan. Photo by Lindsay Naito.




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Japanese Scarecrow Karamas Islands. Source.




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Scarecrow dressed as Lady Gaga.
By Nigel Britten
www.telegraph.co.uk



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A rather fetching guardian! Portsmouth, GB by Kate Jewell Creative Commons.



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Garden Conductor. Source.



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Lancashire, Great Britan by Mari Buckley - Creative Commons License.




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'The' Scarecrow. Source MGM Films.




 



 
 

 

 

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Mari Buckley
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Reply #1 on : Tue December 21, 2010, 16:17:37
Nice surprise to see my pic of that scarecrow on here!!! :)
 
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