Day 237/365

Time has been transformed, and we have changed; it has advanced and set us in motion; it has unveiled its face, inspiring us with bewilderment and exhilaration. – Khalil Gibran

Visiting places away from home always gives me opportunity to spot new mystery “what is it?!?” picture subjects. And it’s always fun discovering new things, right? I found this one in Apalachicola, Florida. Do you know? Can you tell?

What Is It?!?


What Was That?!? Yesterday’s Picture (Day 236)

Was it a fir-cone? Not a fir-cone. How about old corn on the cob? Not that either. Was it an old sponge to wash dishes? Not an old sponge. So what was it?

What you saw was a piece of carved wood, this was part of the head of a carved standing pelican.



20 thoughts on “Day 237/365

          1. I’m assuming you are referring to fire hydrants on the streets? We don’t have those, I guess the fire engines plug into the mains pipes that are underground. We do have fire extinguishers inside public buildings and for private use (home/car) which are usually red (contain water) or blue (contain dry powder) though there are other colours and types.


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