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Wordlessly Watering on a Triple Digit Afternoon


Click on the photo for a full version of it. See if you can find the blue dinosaur.

I'm having fun at two blog hops today. Come join me at Wordless Wednesday and at Watery Wednesday.

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  1. ...and we're getting a lot of rain, too bad it's not dispersed more to farmland!!

    My Wednesday Photo Link

    I do hope you stop by for a visit if time allows!! Have a wonderful wednesday!

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  2. No closeups of ice or fall leaves here, I take it! This is more of my fall experience.

    Here's my WW:
    http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2010/09/wordless-wednesday_29.html

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  3. well, it is blue, but I don't think it is a Real dinosaur...lol

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  4. It really sends the eye every which way but loose!

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  5. That's an original dinosaur! Hope I will never come across one while driving my car;o)

    Thanks for visiting my place and taking the time to leave a comment;o)

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    Have a happy Wednesday*******

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  6. Too hot for almost October! But you got a nice picture.

    I love the title of your blog (my first visit here) -- it is perfect!

    Going back to scroll down a little more.

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  7. Su-sieee
    Blue Dinosaurs, Pink Elephants, Chartreuse Mice. I love you no matter what! Ha
    Manzi

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  8. Anni, you said it. With all this advancement of technology and science, I would've thought they could figure out something more sophisticated than pipelines by now. Though I wonder if something as simple as planting more trees and vegetation would be the best solution.

    Readerbuzz,uh-huh. We're having our summer now. It did feel like autumn for awhile in August. LOL

    Caite: The blue dinosaur's bones somehow got fossilized in metal. :-)

    Colleen, I wanted to write as my title the sound of the sprinklers. Just couldn't spell it. :-)

    Cildemer, I'm with you. That's why I stood from far away to photograph that blue baby. :-)

    Sallie, thank you. I'm listening to Patti Page (from your link) as I'm writing here. :-)

    Manzi, Now, you've got me imagining pink elephants dancing in tutus while chartreuse mice prance in costume as jesters. :-)

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  9. there's that sneaky blue dragon, trying to look inconspicuous in the background

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