Sometimes, when you’re travelling you take a photo that you just want to share with the world – Sunday Snapshot is about doing exactly that.

I’m going to share one of my favourite travel photos with you every Sunday and tell you why it’s special to me.

This is the iconic Warner Bros. Water Tower which we saw when we visited the Warner Bros. Studio in Burbank last year.

The Warner Bros. Water Tower is a historic water tower located at the Warner Bros. Studios lot in Burbank, California. Built in 1927, it stands 100 feet tall and has a capacity of 100,000 gallons although we were told that it’s no longer used to hold water.

Apparently, these Water Towers were commonplace in Hollywood studios from that era in case of fire but these days the Warner Bros. Water Tower is more of an iconic symbol of the Warner Bros brilliant history.

For me, it’s a symbol that represents a perfect day during a perfect holiday.  I’ll share my post about the Warner Bros Studio Tour over the next couple of weeks but for now, I’ll just say it was amazing.

Happy Sunday!

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