This series was very cleverly done. I agree the swimming pool is the saddest of the photos.
Marie, perhaps because pools can be associated with laughing, yelling, shrieking, tom foolery and just fun.
They are aren't they? Very, very sad. And echoing the previous comment. This was a great series of posts.
EC, thanks. I wish I knew who to thank for them. Such is the way of the world wide web.
It's even sadder if you dive into a derelict pool!Anything neglected and allowed to go to ruin is sad, isn't it....even humans....Have yourself a happy Saturday, Andrew. :)
Lee, yes, they are not recommending for diving. Saturday was lousy, but thanks for the hope.
It's not the best seeing what once was.
Indeed Margaret. Just as well we are holding up and looking like thirty year olds.
Definitely a sad sight. Thanks.Greetings from London.
Cuban, quite true. Ta for the comment.
Sometime they turn them into fish farms.Merle..............
What a great idea, Merle. All these happy fish swimming around, and then what?
Definitely the saddest are the pools, but Merle has a good idea for what to do with them. I remember living in (somewhere) and each autumn when it was too cold to swim, the pool was cleared of chlorine and stocked with trout so people could fish for a few weeks.
River, what a great idea. It must have been in the south of Australia where pools closed for the winter.