Another benchmark post. ;)
oooh, nice perspective Daryl!
I like the way those lines line up!
Looks like a great place to take a load off for a while. And who couldn't use that?
Lines, lines, everywhere lines.Bench lines, lamp post lines, stone wall lines. And a few curves in there to shake things up.wv: nondan The city of Nondan doesn't have much to it.
Very nice composition.
yep, you like mitered corners.
Nice. I like the front to back symmetry.
Let's do lunch! ;)Oh, BTW? The burnt cows will be going to your house.
I always found that area to be very contemplative; Seemed, somehow, strangely quiet.
Loverly way to pass some time. Sitting on that bench and watching the world go by? Let's do that together! And soon!
Great shot! One of the things I really loved about Central Park was the many benches to sit for a spell.
It looks sunny but cold!
I love the subtle shadowsand the way the benches angle out from the curve of the paversvery pretty
Park it right there and watch the world go by. Maybe get some good shots too!
Looks like a great place to take a break.
How I would love to be sitting right there, right now...sigh...
Yes, it IS isn't it.....
As you'll know, should you visit me today, I'm into such places of rest. Love to see photos of them. Thanks!
It does look inviting.....and thanks to you.. I now look for a bench to shoot wherever I go...
Nice pensive shadows. Looks like a sweet place to reflect.Can't believe it--my word verification is Bambi.
Ha! What Hilary said.
I just love your "Hood"!<><
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