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photoblog image WHEN WATERING CANS DIE

WHEN WATERING CANS DIE

WHEN WATERING CANS DIE



comments (9)

It's a sad tale...
Chris: Its work is done, now it has transformed into something else
  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 7 Sep 2017, 00:40
Yup...definitely at end-of-life...
Chris: But it still has use, of a sort, it inspired me to take this..
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 7 Sep 2017, 05:33
We used to have a metal watering can when I was child. The spout was a bit frayed and I would be forever ripping lumps out of my legs each time I walked anywhere near it. It was probably that which put me off gardening for the rest of my life.
Chris: Gardening is a dangerous thing. Like building houses and taking engines to bits or mucking about with electricity it is an activity best left to those with knowledge and ability. Of which,I am delighted to say, I have none whatever..
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 7 Sep 2017, 07:40
Oh no did Bill sit on it? It makes a great image nonetheless Tiff.
Chris: That's what I thought Chad. We could start a competition: uses for Bill

1/ Squashing watering cans

2?
I am offended by Chad's comment and your reply. My solicitors have been consulted
Chris: So you can't think of a second use either..
You can go and stand it on the bench along with any other dying artifacts you may have.
Chris: My bench will not support the weight of a flea now Brian..
I take this is Bath art, Bill has more uses than this but at the moment I can't think of one.
Chris: I'm struggling too..
There's certainly no hope for that one!
Chris: None whatever but I thought it looked interesting..
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk : where the sun rises first in England
  • 7 Sep 2017, 20:43
Did you drive over this ?
Chris: I am not a VANDAL!

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THE ENTRANCETHE ENTRANCE
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