Weekly Photo Challenge : Containers

Hard to find containers for this Weekly Photo Challenge. It is an unusual theme and not one that I have many photos of. But I have found 3 that I think may fit this challenge.

First a large barrel that has been changed into a planter by cutting holes in the side, filling it with compost, then planting herbs and vegetables into the slanting pipes inserted in the holes in the sides. I thought this was a very good idea.

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Large water tanks are a necessary container to supply water to communities and can be very ordinary, but this one had been turned into a work of art by the young artists of the area.

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Here is a close-up of the clever interpretation of the white horses of the ocean.

Here is a close-up of the clever interpretation of the white horses of the ocean.


Finally a man container from ancient medieval times.

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18 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Containers

  1. I love your approach to the theme and wonderful photos! Best to you!

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  3. Good to put your thinking cap on every now and then. Ypu have achieved success!

  4. That is a most ingenious planter.

  5. I love the plant container. What’s growing in it?

    • G’day Seeker, pleased you dropped in for a visit. That particular container had herbs and veggies planted in it. But I can picture it with a profusion of petunias pouring down it’s sides.

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  7. You’ve done so well with this. I love the man container LOL – excellent 😀

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