Pandarine

Pandarine

Posted on 09/30/2013


Photo taken on September 11, 2013

1/800 f/5.6 42.6 mm ISO 80

Panasonic DMC-ZS3


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rooster
tennessee
pigeon forge
hillbillies
Hatfield & McCoy


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Hahn

Hahn
Wetterfahne auf dem Dach von Hatfield & McCoy

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kolibri*
kolibri*
der schaut schon leicht gestresst....täte ich auch, wenn ich ständig dem Wind ausgesetzt wäre!
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to kolibri*
Dem ging offensichtlich die viele Fotografiererei auf den Kamm ...

;-)))
4 years ago.
Schussentäler
Schussentäler
ein lustiger Wetterhahn
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to Schussentäler
Ja, fand ich auch. Das ganze Haus sieht so lustig aus:

Hatfield & McCoy
4 years ago.
Ulla du Lac
Ulla du Lac
The rooster is too cute for words. As for the house and surroundings, they could almost be here. Including the clothesline. :)
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to Ulla du Lac
You live in a very charming place, then! :-)

I really like clothe lines ...
4 years ago.
Ulla du Lac has replied to Pandarine
A very mixed place. There are beautiful and expensive houses, there are tin shacks, and there's everything in between. Often in the same neighbourhood.
We all have water tanks, but most often on the roof.
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to Ulla du Lac
Exactly like here!!! But most people here have their own wells, no roof tanks. We have city water, I prefer that.
4 years ago.
Ulla du Lac has replied to Pandarine
We have city water too; the tanks are for storage. Sometimes the city water doesn't come for half a day or so, or there's so little pressure that you'd get a trickle out of your shower. In winter, the pipes can freeze.
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to Ulla du Lac
Oh yes, then it makes sense. Fortunately we never had a problem with water. Only the power is cut off for a few hours, occasionally, during a huge storm, or when we have lots of ice in winter.

But I prefer not to have power over not to have water!
4 years ago.
Ulla du Lac has replied to Pandarine
So do I!!!

There are emergency measures for everything here; we're used to things not functioning. We have our own generator, and should that not work either, we have gas and kerosene lamps. Water stored. Rice, sugar, lentils, tea, ... stored. Facilities to heat water by burning wood or charcoal. We're not very vulnerable.
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to Ulla du Lac
I guess you always adapt to your environment, more or less.
4 years ago.
Jürgen N
Jürgen N
Na, der kräht nicht, der quietscht nur :-)
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to Jürgen N
Ach was, der war gut geoelt! :-)
4 years ago.