Friday, October 14, 2011

PhotoHunt: Public

Well, you can't get anymore "public" than this . . . 

I took this photo in Amsterdam.  I actually walked by this a couple of times before I realized that it was a public urinal for guys. :) 

I just had to snap a photo of it for my WC's in Europe photo collection. He, he.

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  1. Goodness gracious me!!! Would never have guessed that was a public urinal! Thanks for the enlightenment, Trekcapri. :D

  2. HI YTSL, :) I thought it was some kind of trash receptacle or something at first until I noticed a guy walk in . . . I think it is a great idea and I can think of places here where this would really work.

    I'm glad I gave you some enlightenment. :) Have a great weekend.

  3. Who'd a thought! Great idea of this week's theme, K!

  4. Hi M, who'd thought is right. :) Thanks for liking my pick of the week.

    Have a wonderful week.

  5. How crazy is that? I would have thought it was just some kind of odd shaped trash can. You are right, doesn't get more public than that!

    I missed the "public" PhotoHunt because I just got back from a long weekend in New Orleans. Fun city (my first time there). I took a ton of photos and am sure I'll be using some for PhotoHunt soon!

  6. Hi Annie, :) it sure does look it.

    New Orleans. Wow how fun! I've never been there. I'm looking forward to seeing your photos and hearing more about your trip.

    That's cool that you found some great photos for future PH themes. Can't wait to see them.

    Have a great day today.

  7. Put New Orleans on your list! People often say that it's the most European city in the USA and I think it's true. Wonderful architecture and the food is amazing!

  8. Hi Annie, I will definitely put New Orleans on my list. It sounds like a really wonderful city. I've also heard about how great their food is. I can't wait to see your photos and hear about your experiences.

    Thanks so much for the encouragement to see it. I'm looking forward to a future visit there. I'll make sure to read about your trip first so I can be prepared.


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