Friday, April 23, 2010


Elisabeth said...

Amazing swimming pool. I love the arched windows and plants that surround it. I wonder does the roof come off, this might help account for the little striped canvas tent on one side and the umbrella on the opposite.

Did you swim in it or merely get to admire it, photograph it or find someone else's photo? Can I smell chlorine or salt?

William Michaelian said...

You should have seen the irrigation ditch that ran alongside our farm. It was full of moss, polliwogs, and water-skaters. But this is nice too. Lacks but one bullfrog.

Rachel said...

Oh, komm, lass uns da hinein springen und um die Wette schwimmen, lach...

herzlich, Rachel

Noxalio said...

oh Elisabeth, this one
(as all the others here
are my own snap-shots).
a favorite haunt of
mine, funny enough
by the sea shore.

no, the roof is permanent,
i'm afraid, but skylights
let in the sun. it's a wonderful
place and is usually deserted.

Noxalio said...

ha ha William ... i too
used to swim in an irrigation
cistern - way back when,
in East Africa (more about
that another time). and yes,
a single bullfrog would
complete the scene - croak
and all.

Noxalio said...

ok, Rachel ... are you ready?
and what will be the prize
for the winner of the race?