wordless wednesday


47 comments:

  1. Beautiful colors and textures. Thanks for sharing.
    xo

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  2. a vacant chair!!!

    my kinda thing!

    http://whenhekissesher.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/pale-and-glittery/

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  3. That bench has a twin 'sitting'
    in Gainesville....

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  4. I'm getting to that age where a bench is just the thing :) Thanks Happy WW

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  5. What a serene spot. Love the fluffy plants.

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  6. Looks like if you sit on that bench you would get a wet bum!

    Happy WW! So many beautiful things in nature to photograph ... here are just a few: http://tinyurl.com/yakdejk

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  7. i'd love to read a book on that bench. where was this shot taken? :)

    leethroughthelens.blogspot.com

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  8. A park bench is always so inviting. I'd like to sit a while and watch the world go by.

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  9. didn't the Beatles sing a song about this bench? xoxo

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  10. Makes you want to "set a spell" and talk.v

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  11. A weathered bench, dried grass, a scene of total peace.

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  12. A well-used source of comfort.

    Nice composition, Daryl!

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  13. This looks very familiar to me and I don't know why? Could this be a bench I have set my butt on? Or perhaps, it was featured on Seinfeld a few hundred times.

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  14. Love those tall grasses framing the bench!

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  15. Oh, I need that place to sit and be with the browns and grays right now.

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  16. nicely framed -- looks like a special corner of the world...
    jeff.
    Plain Stuff

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  17. Aah, may I sit a while on your welcoming bench?

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  18. love benches!
    very pretty shot

    I have a shot of a smilar scene that I took last month at a "shopping square" near me

    I hope I remember to post it for Miscellaneous Monday

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  19. That's by a church, right. And a good thing, too. Some sermons are downright tiring.

    Nicely composed Daryl...and great colors, too.

    Did you take advantage of this bench after a day of heavy shooting?

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  20. Wow. You have your own throne! Fitting. Spacious too! Alla ya'll could sit there. You Ray and Rosie.

    Hey, sharing is caring, right?

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  21. Looks like a great place for a biggie-size time out. Nicely done!

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  22. Looks like a good place for a think or a chat.

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  23. but Daryl this is a New York blog! Keep it real!! (just kidding...heck I did Boston a while back....)

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  24. I like the way you framed this - plus the colors are just perfect. It does invite one to sit down and rest.

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  25. Thank God for churches. The are places of peace on the outside (if not always/as well as) on the inside. Looks like a nice place to set a spell.

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  27. Thank you for coming by! I'd like to rad awhile upon this bench!

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  28. Lovely bench. I doubt it's story is as good at THE bench, though. I love how it's tucked between the grasses. It seems kind of cozy.

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  29. Nice bench. Looks like it would be a great place to sit and watch the city for awhile.

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  30. Dried pampas grass is almost as beautiful as when it is still in full bloom.....especially when it is next to such an inviting bench =)

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  31. I love tall brown grass in the winter so much. I hate to see it chopped and always am happy when I see it like this. Great shot on either side of the bench.

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  32. Ah, another lovely bench...just waiting for someone to relax and breathe in the day. Lovely!

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