my sky

I bet they never run out of hot water


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36 comments:

  1. If that tower's heated, I bet you're right! Nice one!

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  2. wouldn't that be nice! Great blue sky shot, too!

    Happy SWF

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  3. So blue! A cute house on top too...it is so hot here today the sky is 'washed' blue. Big fluffy clouds too.

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  4. It looks strangely quaint and out of place up there, doesn't it...

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  5. Wow! I bet they don't either!! What a great shot, Daryl! Gorgeous sky, definitely my favorite color! Have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  6. Great shot, very interesting and it looks very old. Thanks for sharing:)

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  7. nice sky. usually the town's name is emblazoned on the tower.

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  8. The color of the sky is simply delicious!

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  9. What beautifully clear blue skies! And, that's one helluva water tank.

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  10. These water tanks are so interesting and seem to be a regular feature of the New York skyline. Great shot of clear blue sky.

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  11. Unique shot. You don't see too much of that around here.

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  12. Where are the petticoats? There should be petticoats!!!
    Sandi

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  13. Maybe it's their hot tub! And, what a great sky!

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  14. Are those still made? And used??

    wv" grocr

    Yes, they're still used, but only by the grocr.

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  15. Talk about direct access! Great shot, beautiful world!

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  16. I love this shot. The steep roof pitch in contrast to the water tower are so interesting.

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  17. Love these ubiquitous water towers - though this one creates quite an unfortunate shadow...

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  18. Oh, how I love the lines, the triangles, they're everywhere.

    This is another one of those water towers that looks like it should be on a farm somewhere in Pennsylvania. Very interesting.

    wv: mancrot. I'd really like to write a sentence using mancrot but unfortunately it's too darn close to man crotch to be anything but Rated R.

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  19. Great shot...
    Such a beautiful clear blue sky
    and a huge STILL disguised as
    a water tank.

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  20. Nice.

    I think we could franchise that hand washing laundry. Lots of parents would go for that.

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  21. and the water pressure must be divine!

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  22. Is this just for the house or for the whole city?

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  23. An interesting combination. The water tower looks old and the nearby building new. - Margy

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  24. I love this shot D...the sky is bluer than blue!

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  25. I remember seeing a show...Dirty Jobs I think...about the guys that build those up there.
    Not a job a want.

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  26. Reminds me of the water tank from "Petticoat Junction" that the three daughters swam in.

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