A faucet/tap and three of me

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    This is a tap from a preserved home in Sanibel's "old town".

    The house was bought (by mail order!) from Sears in 1925 and called "Morning Glories"

    Anyway - I liked the faucet/tap.

    Only noticed that I'm reflected three times in it afterwards!!


    Also uploaded for Laura's silver pool.

    *CA*, Faisal., JůVěŊTįŊå, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. lawatt 106 months ago | reply

      wow, such fantastic shine and detail on this... (perfect for the silver pool!)

    2. *CA* 106 months ago | reply

      Oh, very clever and a beautiful clean shot. Excellent.

    3. André Gardenberg 106 months ago | reply

      simple and beautiful

    4. Today is a good day 106 months ago | reply

      Thanks guys - you were quick! I hadn't even finished my "description"!!

      By the way,I think - now that I look again - there may be four reflections of me! Not that I have an ego thing going on here!)

    5. lapidim 106 months ago | reply

      not to paraphrase Angar: beautiful and simple...

    6. Wattwurm's View [deleted] 106 months ago | reply

      You can't get enough of you, huh?

      But a great shot, K.!!

    7. Rosina 106 months ago | reply

      I can only agree to angar and lapidim! :)

    8. JůVěŊTįŊå 106 months ago | reply

      amazing shot. love it.

    9. mimbrava 106 months ago | reply

      This very cool shot is featured in today's Interesting pool:
      www.flickr.com/explore/interesting/2005/08/12/page8/. Congratulations.

    10. Solitaire1 [deleted] 106 months ago | reply

      this is very eye catching, and the story really makes it memorable:) thanks for sharing ~

    11. mary04 106 months ago | reply

      Simple and effectful !!!

    12. ... has left the building [deleted] 106 months ago | reply

      Funny thought to order a house from a catalog! What a nice detail this faucet is.

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