Your art intrigues me!
Looks like my driveway
is it Wednesday already? :)
I've been hosed!
Your name looks elvish. That's really cool.
Hmmmm...spilling its guts? ;0)
Great picture! A simple hose looks so artistic.
the end of hose days...
I like how the flecks of stone in the pavement sort of mimic the patterns in the hose. I say sort of because the pavement flecks are haphazard and random--and enlarged. The diamond pattern in the hose is controlled and methodical.The water spills haphazardly onto the pavement, uncontrolled and random, like the flecks of stone. The water in the hose stays controlled much like its methodical pattern.This rambling, incoherent comment brought to you by sheer and utter exhaustion, but love the photo!
I have said it before, by why do I never see pics like that in things all around us?it's a rhetorical question...lolovery nice...and I LOVE your header.
Looks amazing indeed, colour, texture and composition! Here 'Downunder' we are on pretty tight water restrictions, so watering the garden is pretty much hard to do!Mine is up as well at AussiePomm (View from my Office Window), have a great WW!!
why is that so mysteriously evocative?!Warm Aloha from WaikikiComfort Spiral
arty.. my hose is a lot grungierlooking.
This photos speaks to me! Love the composition, the colors...and what is weirder, on my recent trip to Gradac in the countryside, I took a photo of lines and rubber tubing that is reminiscent of this. Great minds... :)
If I could stop coughing and sneezing long enough to type I'd tell you that I really love the simplicity of this composition. It totally works. Great job Daryl.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
An artful pose for a hose..I like it!
I truly love the composition in this shot!Have a great day :)
Isn't that called juxtaposition in photography speak?
The connector on that hose looks very posh!
The snake was puzzled. He knew he looked familiar, but just couldn't make the connection.
I almost missed the sig in this one... I was having a double rainbow moment. ;-)
I had a snake like comment but B Squared's comment is just too brilliant
LOL@ CBW. Love this;)
I think I see ET!! :-)
your title to this totally made me smile...
I really like this shot, but I'm not exactly sure why. Nice textures, I suppose, and lots of tactile value. In any case, I like it.
this reminds me of our very large impending water bill we will get before the end of the year. Remember our very hot Summer?
As I recall, we had about 300 feet of garden hose at the house we sold recently. I left all but 50 feet 'cause that's all I need to be able to wash the car!Your photo is an nteresting study in lines and contrasting surfaces.Re your question on Ocala: No, we didn't get any interior shots. It's more overgrown than it looks in the photo, and I'd guess that grass might hide a few snakes. Plus, to go inside might constitute trespassing which, if you know Florida, could further mean some mean ol' guy with a shotgun drawing a bead on ya.
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