Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday.
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- Karen

17 comments:

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

I'm guessing it could be a birdbath, considering all the lush vegetation.

catsynth said...

Looks very tropical. The first picture is also a bit surreal, with the sink peeking out among the lush vegetation.

Con Artist Trickster said...

I like your pictures. Is it an abandoned or old garden?

Layla Morgan Wilde said...

Happy WW. Always a pleasure to find a good photo blog.

rainfield61 said...

I do not think this is a abandoned basin.

Your pictures left many question marks behind.

Life Ramblings said...

A sink in a garden can be useful and makes watering and cleaning garden vegetables easy.

William K Wallace said...

Interesting picture. Does it actually work or is more of an ornamental thing?

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee...
Many possibilities here...
;-D

Y. Ikeda said...

It IS interesting photo but it somehow fits to the garden!
Thanks for sharing and commenting on my blog.
Yoshi

amandab said...

What a great water feature! Nothing like a bit of re-purposing :)

Happy WW!

eileeninmd said...

Neat looking yard art! Great capture.

Ryan said...

I love it lol.

stevebethere from bethere2day said...

LOL i love your photos always so different that sink looks so lonely :-)

lina said...

Does it work?

photowannabe said...

What a fascinating treasure Karen. A perfect wordless choice.

AVCr8teur said...

Sukhmandir Kaur: Good idea, I didn't consider it being a bird bath.

Catsynth: It was unreal and it required a picture. :)

Con Artist: It is a community garden so I guess anyone can work on it. Definitely not abandoned as far as I could tell.

Layla: Thanks for your compliment!

Rainfield61: I received no answers to your questions. Don't let a good sink go to waste.

Life Ramblings: I don't think it's operational; although, it was covered by so much vegetation, it was hard to tell where were the pipes.

William: I think it's just there as a decoration. Odd, but interesting.

Louis: The unusual part is the sink was very clean.

Yoshi: Every garden should have a sink.

amandab: It's a good conversation piece if it no longer functions.

eileen: It definitely stands out amongst the greenery.

Ryan: I agree!

Stevebethere: Thanks! It's lonely because it's the only sink there, but it's surrounded by nature.

Lina: I don't think it works and if it does, it's hard to get to with all the vegetation.

Photowannabe: Thanks! Nice way to recycle a used appliance.

Angela said...

I must say, an odd place for a sink, but a charming old sink! And a beautiful photo!