American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Hers. Lesbian.
I really dig this one!
The last picture from the series will post tomorrow. The location itself was massive beyond comprehension. Just so you know. 🙂
Nice shoot from your end my great photographer. The pole looks old but really signifies SHUT.
Wow good choice!!! I Take it that this is an old pump? Well as they say everything gets old even inanimate objects are no exception.
The sharpness and clarity of this image is astounding. Amazing work indeed!
That’s one old fire hydrant! It’s all rusty and peeled.
Looking at the environment this must be a really old town. I’d love to see the rest of it.
What a wonderful photo. This is really good talent right here.
I doubt that this fire hydrant is still functional. It might be shut for good.
This is a great picture, I bet this fire hydrant has lived better moments.
That’s a greaazy fire hydrant. It looks like it’s about to melt. Very photo worthy!
You seem to have a thing about fire hydrant. It looks so dirty. NIce shot though!
This looks like the ones of the roadsides. The difference is that this is old.
The fire hydrant looks old though the caption is looking Shut. Nice shot
Is this a fire hydrant? It looks very old and dirty. It must have been exposed.
This device looks familiar although I don’t remember what it is used for..great shot..
So much time has past over this gadget. It has seen so much light of the day for it to look like this.
For a metallic object to rust like this, it shows how old the object is. But it was made of good material because its still standing.
The label speaks very well for the gadget. It has been shut from any use because of its condition.
This is definitely a very old hydrant but it was still good you capture it for our viewing pleasure. You did awesome.
Some captions don’t even give is clue on what a photo is, just like this one. I wonder what it shut about this. Thanks for a good shot all the same
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