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we stopped at some quaint little south colorado town for lunch one afternoon. this old water tower for old steam train engines caught our eye. i snapped a few pix of it, but this one was my favorite.
I love the little wild flowers in the foreground, really adds to the photo.Marie
This is a neat shot! I like it too!Martha :-)
oooooh I love this! Great capturelove that cloud peeking out toohugsd
I lived in Arvada, CO about 6 years ago and my daughter lives in Ft. Collins, CO. Very beautiful, indeed! I might have been more inclined to stay but the high altitude and dry air raised heck with my sinuses and breathing, plus I was aching from arthritis and injuries-- so I moved back to my home in lush , green Wisconsin.Nice pix!Tom Schuckmantschuckman@aol.com"Old Soldier Tom's Journal" ~web site.
great shot and it would make a good puzzle too!! betty
Another really great photo!!!Pooh Hugs,Linda
This is quite good. You have a wonderful leading line in the right side of the shot, and it leads you directly to the subject. This is a well thought out and composed shot!Greg
Great shot. Julie
I remember these too, how nice to see one still exists. Lovely.
I really like that shot too! It's a good one.
I'm sort of fascinated with water towers, especially old ones ... but go figure, I'm a hydrologist. Water towers, and the need for them, is linked to the underground supply source of the water, on how rapidly they can withdrawal it, and how to get pressure in the lines to distribute it.
You have an amazing blog and the best i like about your blog is the landscape images. They are just breathtakingThanks for following my blog...Thomas
Beautiful shot! I love water towers. I have a couple to post from Fort Payne one day soon.
Love the view!
That looks right out of a old west movie. So cool and a lovely shot.
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