Observances about nature and life
from just outside Victoria BC . . . and from sundry other locations
Nice macros! I didn't know it was a hydrant - good thing you clued me in, I would have gone nuts trying to figure it out.I too like to take pictures of "stuff". Flowers are nice, but somethimes it gets a little old. It won't stop me from doing it and admiring others, but different is good.Happy Tuesday!
Cool photos. I love the macro stuff...bet you couldn't tell.I was watching a young man paint a fire hydrant this morning on my way to tai chi. He made it very clean and white on the bottom and bright fire-engine red on top. I hadn't ever noticed that it was white at all.
Kewl macros ... wonderful RUBY shots!Hugs and blessings,
Love the colors.. I did a series on fire hydrants. I never knew there were so many different types and styles.
what fun you must have had taking these photos! i wish we could spend a whole day together taking photos!
Very nice close up shots. I knew the second photo was a hydrant, but couldn't tell from the first photo.
I've been looking at fire hydrants again today and they're not all the same. Could be a book here maybe. Fire hydrants of North America. My dogs might even be interested. hee hee.
Can you imaginea street without fire hydrants?What if tall flames came? My Ruby Tuesday
I really appreciate your comments.