Denny’s Adventure’s In “Willis Wonderland” – part 6

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Submitted by denny July 5th, 2010
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Having a little moment with Allee and “The French Kissing” wall. I love the planters to the right of the picture.

This is another area of “Willis Wonderland” that made me crazy, I LOVE the design on these cabinets. Handmade by Allee and Mark Tomorsky.

I stopped off at the beach while I was at “Willis Wonderland”.

My first glimpse of “Willis Wonderland”.

Needing a little rest in between touring the wonderland. This green table and chairs makes me crazy! I love it.

A very pretty Swan. I think this is a wall hanging or hotplate , I forgot to ask.

Duck family.

Fabulous 4 tiered bird bath for the duck family.

3 Responses to “Denny’s Adventure’s In “Willis Wonderland” – part 6”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    I’m sitting in the very spot that you glorify in this post as I’m writing this and enjoying the sights even more. I always like seeing what people photograph around here and then I think but did they see what was sitting right next to it? As excellent as your documentation is there are so many more layers of stuff to discover here. Like what’s behind that bubble cabinet door or behind the Debbie Harry wall.

    The swan was someone’s resin craft project that I found at a thrift shop for $.39. Although I’m pretty sure its intended use was as a trivet it’s pretty impractical as if you set anything hot on top of it you can hear it curdling. So I just use it as a little decoration outside, hanging on the base of a palm tree as you’ve photographed here.

    I always love when the photographer is captured in shadow as in the last photo.

  2. denny

    denny

    You are right. I think my first visit at “Willis Wonderland” was merely scratching the surface.

    Next time there, I really do want to open more doors and cabinets etc! I also plan on continuing my snooping there with heavy photo documentation (if I can get approval) so I am able to continue my “adventure postings”. If I have to, I will fly out several times a year til I accomplish this goal.

    I mean really, the room (does it have a name) with the Julia Doll poster, the items in there just make me break out into a sweat. Whatever happens, I am always up for documenting “Willis Wonderland” as I know it will always be an adventure just being there.