Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Public fountains


13 comments:

Michele said...

Isn't that interesting. I just adore the brick work in that first one, that is amazing, that definitely took skill and time!
Very neat photos!

Denise said...

These are wonderful and very interesting. I've agree with Michele about the skill it takes. The people who build these are true artists.

Paz said...

I love how different they are. Public fountains are very important. We don't realize it until we are thirsty and looking for water. ;-) Great photo shots!

Paz

Erin said...

fountains are one of my favorite photo opportunities when i visit italy...and these, these remind me of many i saw recently. beautiful and utilitarian at the same time. and i know the water is cold and oh so thirst quenching :)
lovely photos...

Brenda Heisler said...

I always enjoy stone fountains. They are so perfect for gardens. Thanks for posting these nice photos. It's raining here today, so nice to think of sunshine and gardens.

photowannabe said...

Lovely textures. These must be very, very old. Nice photos Meda.

Joy said...

Such lovely fountains!

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Wolfgang said...

Really nice!

John said...

Hi MedaM, For such inspirational photos, you also deserve the Zombie Chicken Award! Pls come to my blog to collect it.

Pietro said...

Very interesting images of the fountains. I like the old charming fountains in the open country or in the little villages squares.

joo said...

Your photos of fowers are stunning!

Anna said...

Lovely photos Medam, its been long time since I saw one. Anna :)

ELK said...

lovelt tribute ~stones are a treasure