Sunday, August 23, 2009

A decorative waterwheel


So far as I can tell, this waterwheel in Lake Sumter Landing is purely for decoration. I think it looks nice, though.

17 comments:

Robert said...

les couleurs de la maison et de la roue vont bien ensemble.

Vogon Poet said...

It's enough for a good photo. Love the brickwork and the building, fake or not!

Cezar and Léia said...

It looks so beautiful and I loved the sun light, this waterwheel is adorable.
Léia

Jim K said...

It looks real, just needs a bit of water.

Leif Hagen said...

A lovely photo indeed. But, I think they should call it an "airwheel." I don't see any water . . . call me silly if you like.

Jacob said...

@ Safe Leif - Ok. You are silly!

Tricia said...

It DOES look nice - The wood is really eye catching

Daryl said...

Pretty shot .. nice light ..

Dianne said...

it looks wonderful
love the way the light makes it look so warm

Asta said...

Hi Jacob,

It does indeed!
It's a very beautiful piece of art. - With or without water-:)

Best regards
Asta

Paty said...

it´s beautiful, waterwheels are so lovely! i love ti´s colors in sunlight

cieldequimper said...

It would be nice if it were actually turning and being put to some sort of use. Energy for the lovely little house maybe?

JM said...

Waterwheels allways look nice and this is no exception!

Faye Pekas said...

It looks a little too nice to be a working windmill but it is beautiful.

Frank said...

Very, very nice and most everything they do is. Great shot that you could have taken alongside rivers at sites in New England. Really colorful.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Very pretty water wheel! Nice color and capture, Jacob and Lois!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Nice collection of photos..I don't get to see this type (buildings) of thing too often. This waterwheel is facinating-