The water in this fountain in downtown Havana, Florida was colored orange for the annual Pumpkin Festival this past weekend. Havana is located just north of Tallahassee. This picture would have been a lot better had it not been so cloudy, but I still like the way it turned out. Please visit Watery Wednesday
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Know exactly where that is located. I lived in Havana for 15 years..
How do you know it was water? Maybe it was orange soda? Or orange tea? of orange juice?
Nice looking fountain there in Havana.
I thought that water looked strange. Not sure that orange water is the best idea... looks sort of like blood!
Havana looks like a wonderful town to walk around and see all the sights. This fountain is beautiful.
Enjoy your day, Lois
Pumpkin water--maybe we sjould try it. Neat fountain though. MB
What is festival for? If not for some amusement enterprises!
Now I understand why you stood far from the fountain to take this photo! I like that fountain..
How funny....orange water! That is a beautifully shaped fountain. They should have thrown some floating pumpkins in there!
Great looking fountain. I wonder if the water tasted like Tang. :)
I suppose it could be orange juice. Florida grows lots of oranges. lol
That did the same here during a wine fair, a couple of days ago, with red wine.
Very pretty little fountain!
Great shot Lois. I think we all thought the same thing. It looks like an expensive punch bowl.
So beautiful fountain!I loved the fancy colours! It's happy!
What a cool fountain to have orange water for Halloween. Thanks for sharing.
What a pretty fountain! That festival sounds like a lot of fun.
Turned out great! so much color and so much motion. the fountain is very pretty too with the intricate carving of (??) - I cannot quite figure out the kind of bird.
It's always the center of attraction.
I'm relieved that it's orange. It looks red from here and really creepy!
One of the banks here used to color the water in the fountain for Christmas, but they stopped a long time ago.
What a cool idea for this time of year!
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