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Friday, June 6, 2014

Water Tower

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Hampton

Another thing I like...water towers...not fancy schmancy ones, old looking ones like this. Have a great weekend...be safe but have fun!

20 comments:

  1. You took this photo from a great angle--lovely! I like the old ones, too.

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  2. It doesn't get any more American than this.

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  3. Wonderful historial icons!

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  4. I love photos of water towers, too. That would make an interesting trip, photographing water towers.

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  5. I like the old fashion ones as well in images. Always create a sense of life lived.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  6. Love that shot Tanya. Have a nice weekend. Hug B

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  7. Another of my favorite things, too. I always take a picture of the water towers when I drive through small towns. I have found some unique ones in the past. One had eyes, nose, and a mouth. Sadly, I lost that one in a computer crash.

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  8. I like the old ones too. That one looks really tall!

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  9. I have got a few photos of old ones before they were torn down. I guess the metal has a lifespan and becomes unstable eventually.

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  10. oh, very much like the one i posted a few weeks ago! same era, must be!

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  11. Taking the shot at this angle really gives the image a dramatic sensibility. Nicely done!

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  12. I also love water towers. Happy weekend to you too! It's a long one for us.

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  13. I like them too. Our's is my favorite.

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  14. You got me thinking. I have probably taken at lest ten photos of different water towers over the past several years, but have never posted one on my blog. I wonder why not . . .

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  15. Nice! Kinda like the old windmills.

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  16. This is cool, the new water towers lack personality, a big, ugly spaceship blobs and they don't have ladders to climb ;-)

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  17. The make great landmarks because you can see them from a distance.

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