Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Ruby Tuesday

I'm not sure what this is but it was painted such a nice red.


We actually found several dotted around the historic shipyard site.  This one is in a flower garden.  Could they be emergency water sources for fire-fighting? 

It's Ruby Tuesday and there are lots of people showing off their reds.  It's not all mystery, though, and Mary t leads the way right here.

13 comments:

Linnea W said...

That is interesting isn't it. It looks like it could be a fire hydrant, but I've never seen them so long and tall. It definitely will get noticed with that bright red color! Thanks for visiting mine.

fabricfan said...

It must be too early for me, my first thought was a dress on a hanger, with wonderful shoulders. Maybe I need more sleep, any rate, I like the shape the colour and I had a good laugh. It is a good looking hydrant.

Manang Kim said...

I so think this is some of kind of an old fire hydrant. It look very fancy and classy to me. Happy Tuesday!

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Ginny said...

I have no idea, but it's pretty, and I would have snpped it, too!!

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Well, it could be a water source. It is a beautiful red.

Together We Save said...

Very pretty and interesting!

Robin said...

I'm not quite sure what it is either, but it's certainly an eye-catching red.

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jeannette said...

The water supplies are different colors for the firefighters - to tell them how much water and pressure there is (told by my son-in-law who is a firefighter). Red has the most of both!

Wendy said...

Your guess is as good as mine, but it sure is red!

Rudee said...

I have no clue what it is, but I agree, it's painted a pretty shade of red.

Angie said...

Is the 1958 the age or just a number? Whatever it is it stands out!!

EG Wow said...

It sure is a mystery...but definitely RED!

Glennis said...

An unusual object, bright ruby!

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