I am a bit low on hydrants here. I think most of them have been preserved for old times sake as they all seem to be from the beginning of the last centuary. This one I found in one of the streets of our town of Solothurn.
This one is in our village, a more modern version, but they do not have so much character as the old ones.
Something like this at the edge of a field in our village.
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These grow next door to our estate in the garden of one of those villas. I am not sure if they are really trees or Ents from the Lord of the Rings Saga by Tolkien. Perhaps they might pull up their roots and start to walk.
I am not so sure about this one, it seems to want to spread its arms.
I think this is a so-called weeping willow.
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Seen at Waltham Abbey in England
One of the gardens in our village
A flowerbed surrounding the local castle
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“What about me” said the pigeon
And a smiling dog
And a rooster counting the hens as they enter.
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A capture from a fountain
A nearby stream
Sunset on the River Thames at Rainham in England
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Echinacea – Coneflower, with bee
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Waiting to be examined by the judges at our local cheese days on the market place. No, it was not a beauty competition for the best udder.
Ready to collect the garbage for the town of Solothurn after the celebrations.
Demonstration for climate protection in the local town of Solothurn.
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