The old threshing machine is gorgeous...(I had to look up threshing).Thank you for the colours...I feel like one of the other mice in "Frederick"Annette
A good variety of colourful photos on display John. Looking again at Fungiit might easily pass as molten toffee :)
Love the color!
Such beautiful colors. I love seeing this during our long week of rain and fog here. Thank you!
Each one a little masterpiece. Great photos and, as you say, good to see some colour.
Wanna know something? I can play a didgeridoo and have three. One from Australia which is a work of art like you have shown here. Another made from a desert agave stalk from Arizona and one I made from PVC pipe which surprising has a real good sound.
These photos are very cheerful, colorful and artsy. I really enjoyed those John, thank you.
Nice collection of colorful things!
You've got good eyes!
love your colorful collection John, especially the rusty ones.
You have found some wonderful colours in the most unexpected places, great to see your photos on a dull November day:)
You really do have a very good eye.
Beautiful, imaginative photography John.
Colorful! And nice to look at in gray November.
The skirts are certainly bright and cheerful. I also really like the door and latch , and the painted stairs.
Wonderful bits of colour stored up for dull days John & my favourite is those ever-so-pretty fairground steps.
Gorgeous splashes of colour John, don't know how I could pick a favourite.... although the Aboriginal art on the didgeridoos is pretty special :)
Lovely collection of colourful things, really appreciated in this dull time of year.I don't know whether the fungi look delicious or revolting. :)Great photos!
Some lovely colours and textures here. I think my favourite is the first one, the fairground steps. I saw didgeridoos decorated like that in the big market in Melbourne.
I very much like the way you saved up some colour to share with us, John!
You have a brilliant talent for spotting imaginative subjects. I love the colours and textures and agree with A Heron's View, I thought the fungi was toffee!
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