wordless wednesday

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  1. I have that exact watering can! And it makes my flowers very very happy!
    xoabb

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  2. It looks like a cute little plug-in toy.. like a car on the go.

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  3. Sorry - Hilary made me laugh - and not with the car comment.

    It's - um - priceless! Now - if plug in toys come in that shape these days there's something wrong with me.

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  4. Mary, Mary quite contrary how does your garden grow.. with silver bells and cockle shells and pretty watering cans all in a row. Something like that.
    Love this shot and it must suck to live across from a park.

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  5. Great shot! Makes me think they will water the grate below.

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  6. That looks like my yard...minus the subway grate.

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  7. I hate it when people chain their dogs outside.

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  8. what a fab capture...are we now heating water for the garden? lol.

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  9. Great shot Daryl, and you got some cool comments on this one!

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  10. Never mind the watering can, I need to know what kind of Halloween costume I need in order to go trick or treating as darylized? :-)

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  11. Interesting capture. I don't even see where the hose goes into the can.

    Happy WW~

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  12. Nothing like a community garden. Very nice shot.

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  13. Now, why does one NEED a watering can if it's attached to the hose? You showed me something I've never seen. :)

    And truly? That's your favorite love song?! I STILL sing that and learned it when I was just a little kid. THAT is my ALL TIME favorite rendition of Cinderella. I love EVERYTHING about it!!!

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  14. Nice composition...all the things needed to keep everything green! Well, for another week or two...then the snow comes. Or so I've been told.

    Re: the USS New York. This looks like nothing we had when I was in the Navy...but time moves on and
    "ancient good become uncouth."

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  15. Is the hose actually attached to the watering can?

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  16. Such a great observation you made...simple, yet sincere. Not me, the watering can! :O)
    Thanks for sharing the sunshine too.
    xxx

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  17. I have that watering can too.

    My twisted mind says that the watering can is watering the spigot. It's some parallel universe where everything runs backwards. AKA the story of my life.

    Great shot.

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  18. Glad to see someone is caring for the greenery of the park!
    Sandi

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  19. That reminds me that I my indoor plants need water!

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