cool shots. i think we will need all these
This is a great photo. Makes me thirsty!
great shots but dont drink and drive;)Nice colors
Pure black pits where the eyes should've been - that is a sign of evilness to me.. ;o)Cool shots by the way - summer is here indeed! Happy WW!
I have never seen so many before! Happy WW :) Drop by if you can. My WW entries are at:Pastyme With Good CompanyeThe Paranormal BlogNuttin' But
way cool ! I have never seen anything like that, thanks for sharing. and thanks for stopping by too !
Interesting pots.. I wonder what are they use for? Milk? Wine? :)
Great pictures! I love them.My WW post is here. Have a great day!
those are great pots! happy wednesday :)
I'm feeling a bit parched, myself!
OK - I amit it - I'm not sure what this is?
Reminds me of my childhood when we used to store water in clay jars. Cool!!!Have a great WW.
Nice photo but you made me wonder what's in those!!
Nice shot!!Mine is up!! Hope you can drop by.http://www.yourvmodel.com/2008/06/wordless-wednesday-no5-i-miss-him-so.htmlHappy WW!!
Pots of luck !! Surely an summer quencher !
Now that's a whole lotta drinking going on! Nice pattern shot.
that's sure great thing for the summer!happyWW!
I've never seen such containers. But, I like these shots very much!
i like the color! and i believe they're good water coolers (i assume water is what's inside)... but then, if it's wine, well, it's better:)
I've only ever seen pots like these in Spain. They were wonderful at keeping the water cool by evaporation even during very hot weather.
Can i have one of those,like terracotta.Happy WW.
Great photo. I am not sure I would have stacked those quite so high, though. Seems sort of precarious! Happy WW!TM
wonderful shots! they do help keep the water cool, don't they? :)
Very neat photos! I'm guessing by the comments that it is water that is inside--make sense for keeping it cool! Definitely summer time, then, huh? Happy WW :)
Wow those are certainly different than what i have ever seen, i love the colors
Nice composition! Are these water containers made of clay?
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