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24 comments:

  1. I would love to have this bench on my front porch!

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  2. I'd love to be sitting here and watching the world go by...for hours.

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  3. all the beautiful things you can find in public places in NYC never fail to amaze me.

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  4. Nice one






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  5. Ooh I feel like eating a sandwich, sitting on this bench and watching the world go by.

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  6. Love that bench...
    always a favorite object to
    shoot... 'unoccupied' benches.

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  7. The shapes are overwhelming - in a good way. Curves, designs on the sidewalk, the vertical posts, the lines in the bench.

    Love it!

    wv: antokmat. A covert welcome mat set out for ants that really sucks them up into a black hole. There's nothing OK about an ant ok mat.

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  8. wrought iron for as far as the eye can see..just beautiful! Love the bench, I'd like one in my front yard:)

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  9. Oh yes. I like the lines and the composition of this one. Nice.

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  10. Nice symmetry...I like the way the composition leads one's eye round and then around again!

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  11. they're a bit like chess pieces trying to hide out :)

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  12. that can seat many many people. very nice composition. happy WW.

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  13. Sunshine in an NYC park in March? Where are the hordes of people sunning their pale bodies and soaking up every last ray?

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  14. I just never realized that your city was so beautiful!

    stop on over to my place and enter my spring-fling give-away!

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  15. I want to lean my crooked spine up against one of those sun-warmed posts.....

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  16. Ohhhh, I like that wrap around bench! Nice place to watch the world go by.

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  17. great shot. looks peaceful. PinayMum - Mommy's Life Around...visiting you with smile and happy thoughts! :)

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  18. Love the perspective Daryl. Are those tiny flower-like embellishments/carvings on the back board =)

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