Thank you John. The shot was made with a compact digital camera. Not very good but that time I used it for ebay sellings. It was one of the rare moments the autofucus worked properly.
Cool, someone new in the photochain! Welcome!
Hi Carsten, you we quicker than me with posting;-) We saw many of these fire brigade water taps in Switzerland. I don't know if it's a sort of national hobby, to decorate and turn them into a sculpture. We found this one in Grimentz, one of those cosy little mountain villages with old and characteristic Swiss wooden houses.
Sorry for that!
yes, the lakes are wonderful!
Hi Erik, this is the strangest connection you can ever think of. I didn't notice that. I saw your picture and title and was browsing through my pictures in their directories. Always checking if someone is allreday placing something else. Just cropping and doing something with the picture and than uploading in a hurry. After uploading I was not sure anymore if the picture is not killing the chain. So I was glad after noticing Johns Picture.
Thanks for the information Pam! :) I'll check things out. Wide open space was used metaphorically in the song, as I saw in the clip.
Hi Erik, it is a great photo. Full of things to think of. And it is scary. Nailed to the ground. Half covered. Lost and overseen. Very good. And a good combination of B/W and colour. I like the tags in the chain. They are placed with more thoughts I think. And in my case I try to use just two.
Erik, I thought, he was born in a stable, so I don't think he would have objected to stay in a simple barn for a rest! :) May
Thank you, John! It's from one of my hiking tours! May
Hi Carsten, I see what you mean. Maybe indeed we have to place the comment "For instructions how to use Photo chain click on the first picture" from time to time.