15: decoration - the auroran sunset

Here at abelard.org, we take a lot of photographs. Many of them are pretty or interesting. This is the fifteenth in a regular “photograph with little or no explanation or comment” feature.

The French like to decorate things. Here follows three examples. First a cooling tower for a nuclear power station, painted with a picture of a child at play:

French nuclear power plant cooling tower, with painting on the side. Image credit: the auroran sunset
[Taken in France on 10th August 2005.]

Second is a water tower with a resting girl nestled against a setting sky:

French water tower, with painting on the side. Image credit: the auroran sunset
[Taken in France on 26th August 2006.]

The French also sometimes decorate their flowers:

Two green/blue insects decorating a flower. Image credit: the auroran sunset
[Taken in France on 21th June 2006.]

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