Weekly Photo Challenge: Containers

Boxes, tanks, wrappers: for this week’s Photo Challenge, show us something that contains something else.

While in Colorado recently, I visited my brother and his wife. They live in an adobe-style house nestled in the Rocky Mountain foothills and have a wonderful collection of Acoma Indian pottery. In this photo we have two containers in one: niche contains pot.







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Life in a 1915 farmhouse in Central Virginia. And the odd thought or two.
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23 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Containers

  1. dorannrule says:

    Perfect interpretation Barbara…and the pot is beautiful!


  2. Diane Ahlberg says:

    I remember seeing these niches when the house was being built- great choice to fill them!


    • Di, you’re thinking of my sister’s three niches in her new house in Colorado. I’ll post about The Three Niches From Hell sometime soon. This is my brother’s house and he custom-built these little niches here and there in the adobe house. It’s just perfect. No wonder your discerning eye thinks this is a great choice!


  3. M-R says:

    That is one very beautiful piece of pottery !No wonder it’s in a niche on its own !!! I’d probably put a chain and padlock on it, too … 😉


  4. nrhatch says:

    Perfect pic for the challenge ~ a niche is a neat container.


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  6. I love how the pale blue accents that beautiful pot. Lovely photo.


  7. The lure of the South West….beautiful pottery displayed elegantly.


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