I love the watering cans. How old are they?
fill them all, and then use them one by one ... that is my method
Becca, I don't really know the age of the cans, but I do know that the one in the centre was my Mom's can. I used to water with that one when I was just a little gardener. It is at my sister's farm now, but whenever I see it, it brings back great memories.Jen
They really do make a good subject.You know I also really like that photo of cans in the greetings card portfolio
I want those since they are causing you so much confusion!! LOL....just take turns with them..
Wow - look at those great watering cans!
I have a few of these myself. I just haven't found the right spot in the garden to put them.
Great picture of the watering cans. My grandma would let me "water" with a little silver teapot (creamer). That always brings good memories to mind.
We got rain today.I didn't have to use my water can. I like old cans.Patsy
They all look like 1940s/50s ... I loved watering with Mother's watering cans.They have such wonderful personalities.TTFN ~MarydonPssst! Visit our giveaway
I love me a good watering can. they look priceless!
Love the photo, I have a few old ones too. I would grab which ever one struck my fancy! Love the B and W! Sets the mood well, and it is nice to photograph things you love and remember as a child:)
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