Friday, October 19, 2012

SKYWATCH--It's not a water tower, Daryl.

My 'blister' (=blogger sister, according to Daryl in New York City) features 'Water Tower Wednesday', which I've never been able to contribute to since there aren't any here, at least the kind on top of buildings that abound in NYC.

So this will have to do. I honestly don't know its purpose...some sort of view tower? And the PUB is not a pub, but rather initials I can't locate the meaning for.

Anyway, on Wednesdays go see Daryl's Water Tower Wednesday. Actually, stop in any day.

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8 comments:

Lily Hydrangea said...

I imagine a nice view from those windows!

Thérèse said...

Joli poste d'observation en tous les cas.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Oh, I think we can call it a water-tower type anyway. What interesting architecture and I immediately thought that we just do not have fancy pubs like that here (until I read your text).

Bises,
Genie

Daryl said...

thanks, Pat ... lets pretend it is a water tower/tank .. it reminds me of some of the fancier buildings and the way they camouflage their tanks

Lowell said...

Okay, you've got a water tower that's not a water tower and a pub that's not a pub. You've got me confused! :-) Just kidding. A very interesting post!

Alexa said...

I like this little round room (whatever it is) stuck on top of the building—and the bright blue sky too, of course!

Aiketa said...

Beautiful blue sky and interesting building...
Regards from Barcelona.

Anonymous said...

First of all,
i would love to say that i watch your blog for a long time and i love your photos. Great job.
Second that "tower" you see, is old watch tower which was used by firemen. Theres quite a few of thoes in Belgrade. Like on Kapetan's Misa house.