Gnomes are thought of as unbearably kitch but, somehow, in Fittie they look OK. I think it's because they are not in suburban gardens.
Sometimes the gnomes in Fittie are social beings with several in a group. But in this window, a solitary gnome was the sentinel.
Many of the gear sheds have now been repurposed - sometimes into art studies, utility rooms or more general storage. This one seems to be a wardrobe or dressing room.
The fishing heritage of Fittie is reflected in the nautical theme in many windows and building decorations. I reckon at least a third of the houses have a boat displayed somewhere.
This is not a decorated window but an ordinary bathroom window. I liked the colours of the plastic bottles against the vivid colour of the window frame.
Most windows have a simple decorative theme but this one is really quite complex - I must admit that I don't really understand the Tom, Disk and Harry theme.
Not all Fittie windows are decorated. Some pf the old sheds are in poor condition. But the variety of textures here is, I think, very photogenic.