this looks like a peaceful oasis!
Beautiful colors and textures. Thanks for sharing.xo
a vacant chair!!!my kinda thing!http://whenhekissesher.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/pale-and-glittery/
great colors...and a want to sit down.
That bench has a twin 'sitting'in Gainesville....
I'm getting to that age where a bench is just the thing :) Thanks Happy WW
What a serene spot. Love the fluffy plants.
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
I like empty benches. They're so inviting.
i'd love to read a book on that bench. where was this shot taken? :)leethroughthelens.blogspot.com
A park bench is always so inviting. I'd like to sit a while and watch the world go by.
didn't the Beatles sing a song about this bench? xoxo
Makes you want to "set a spell" and talk.v
Oh! I love this photo! Perfectly framed!
A weathered bench, dried grass, a scene of total peace.
A well-used source of comfort.Nice composition, Daryl!
The perfect place to take a load off!
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.
Love those tall grasses framing the bench!
Oh, I need that place to sit and be with the browns and grays right now.
Brrr.... still looks cold!
nicely framed -- looks like a special corner of the world...jeff.Plain Stuff
Aah, may I sit a while on your welcoming bench?
it's got your name all over it!Nice Job.<><
love benches!very pretty shotI have a shot of a smilar scene that I took last month at a "shopping square" near meI hope I remember to post it for Miscellaneous Monday
I could sit there for a long time.
I know that bench;)
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?
hmm. St Luke's?
Wow. You have your own throne! Fitting. Spacious too! Alla ya'll could sit there. You Ray and Rosie.Hey, sharing is caring, right?
Looks like a great place for a biggie-size time out. Nicely done!
Love those grasses!!!
Looks like a good place for a think or a chat.
but Daryl this is a New York blog! Keep it real!! (just kidding...heck I did Boston a while back....)
I like the way you framed this - plus the colors are just perfect. It does invite one to sit down and rest.
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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Thank you for coming by! I'd like to rad awhile upon this bench!
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.
A quiet thinking spot!
Nice bench. Looks like it would be a great place to sit and watch the city for awhile.
lets sit a while, DarylAloha, Comfort Spiral
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 =)
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.
I know that bench, too!
Oh, I want that to be my backyard!
Ah, another lovely bench...just waiting for someone to relax and breathe in the day. Lovely!
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