What a wonderful collection of these RED fire hydrants for Ruby Tuesday. Hope you enjoyed your summer school. ;-}
Really fun series. The one surrounded by flowers seems to get more attention than the others!
Great use of red.
What a wonderful display! At first I thought they were all the same one (when I had only seen the first two) ... but then I realized Oh NO! These are each very individual fire hydrants!
You have a quite a collection of red fire hydrants now :o) Have a great Tuesday!
Love the flower bed around the one hydrant. Nice choices!
Ha! What a great collection of red fire hydrants. I like the one with the border of flowers :0)
I love these fire hydrant photos.The one decorated with the flowers is cute.
Well naturally, the one with the flowers around it makes the nicest presentation! Did you know you were going to be able to use these for Ruby Tuesday when you took them?Tink *~*~*My Mobile Adventures *~*~*
Ohhhh...somebody planted flowers around the fire hydrant! I love it.That's a happy soul for sure....Thanks for visiting me!
Well done Gattina, and on your comment at my blog, yes, the world has become the tiniest place since the Internet!
a great creative series of photosthose poor hydrants need some attention, even the one surrounded by flowers needs some fresh paintalthough they do look very interesting when they're weathered like that
Wow, a very wonderful, unique collection!! Very neat!Thank you for your visit to mine.
Each hydrant seems to have it's own personality! What a fun photo collection.
Gattina, I love "fire hydrants" as we call them here! I love the way that one in particular is decorated... :) Happy Ruby Tuesday!
Gattina, I also meant to say "Welcome to the first time posting for Ruby Tuesday." ! I really appraciate it! :)
A fire hydrant in red...what a find!When growing up, we actually had one deep in the back yard. My grandpa gave it to us, and he said that our dogs would like it.I never thought to follow the dogs back there to see if they actually used it like Grandpa said they would:>)
What a great collection of fire hydrants in various states of love and neglect. I love the one surrounded by flowers.
These are great red photos. love the one with flowers.
I hope none of those would ever be in need for use :)
Dear Gattina,The fire hydrants are a good catch.Memories of a time almost forgotten.In my hometown in Norway, the fire hydrants are still in use.They were constructed in 1920 when the Americans built a whole city for the workers at a Union Carbide factory.Today they are considered to be unique and may not be removed.From Feliso
I like the one with the red flowers around it. That's the perfect red photo!!Karen of the MomDot Street Teamwww.MomDot.com
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