Monday, November 28, 2016

Water Tower - Lake Sumter Landing, The Villages, Florida



19 comments:

bill burke said...

Nice shots Lowell! Great reflections in the second image. You have a Barnes and Noble, the ones I saw when I was in Maine are all closed down and out of business.

William Kendall said...

Strange to think of that next to a bookstore.

Michelle said...

We still have Barnes and Noble. Closest one is an hour away. Nice reflection.

Shammickite said...

That water looks a bit murky.

Linda said...

Beautiful skies and reflections in this series, Lowell!

Kay said...

More blue skies! And placid water! Don't you know we're headed into winter?!?

Small City Scenes said...

A water tower--yessiree by gosh! Genuine for sure.
MB

Oman said...

i remember when i was a kid, i used to fearlessly climb water tanks, but now that i am a lot older, i get a little hesitation if ever climb one :)

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

A segunda fotografia está fantástico com um belo reflexo.
Um abraço e boa semana.
Andarilhar

Marleen said...

It looks very different from the watertowers that we see here. Great view against the blue sky.

Bibi said...

I like the second shot best. Yes, sadly, large bookstores are closing....

Tanya Breese said...

love that water tower and great reflections!

Sharon Anck said...

It's a water tower on the water! I like it.

Judy said...

I like these antique water towers. That reflection picture is pretty too. I used to love spending time in our Barnes and Noble. I miss it since it closed several years ago.

RedPat said...

I like both of these shots, Lowell!

Lois said...

Love those reflections in the water!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Super reflections Lowell..

Laura. M said...

Magníficos contrastes y reflejo Jacob!!!
Un abrazo.

stardust said...

Nice shot with nice reflection! I haven’t seen a water tower like this though I’ve heard water tower come in all shapes and sizes. Water tower is built tall to provide pressure, right? In my residential town, it is on the higher hill.

Yoko

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