An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
There not too many exposed fire hydrandts left over here Doug. The are all gradually being replaced by under ground units. After seeing the damage which results when a hydrant is hit be a car it is probably a good thing.
Great composition here. The placing of the hydrants against the black background makes it "pop"(hydrants or hydrandts ?)
Love the juxtaposition of these two.
Simple subject really well framed. What a gorgeous and unique piece of art you created here!
A wealth of great detail, from the curved shutter holders to the mossy side-walk; and a strong composition that uses the shadow of the doorway to create the pop of the hydrant.
Interesting composition, I'm also enchanted by doors! :)Léia
I saw some in Hong Kong too:) Red.
fire plug in yellow? maybe it's a wifi hotspot as well...
cool compo, with vivid colours and interesting lines and shapes!that hydrant looks as if it were guarding the entrance to the house!
it does look alien if combined with this type of architecture, i do like how it stands out though.. nice catch!