Thursday

Another Bench

I am really fascinated with benches.....and I have no idea why.
I took this shot while visiting Fort McHenry.



26 comments:

Gudl said...

I like your bench photo. It has an interesting angle and also the colors match.
Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday!
I also like your Baltimore photos. It reminded me of summer 1995 when we visited there. Oh my, that is a long time ago...

USAincognito said...

Absolutely stunning B&W photo of this bench!!! A job well done!! :)

kate said...

That is cool - I love benches too. I have one that is similar to this that I painted and stenciled and it sits under a big tree in my front garden.

happyone said...

Great picture of the bench.
I like benches stacked up with each one getting smaller and smaller.

don said...

A fine bench shot. I think we inherently like places where we could sit. Nice shot.

gaz said...

nice in b&w. good old fashioned wooden bench.

dot said...

It made a beautiful picture. I get stuck on things like spider webs.

quintarantino said...

If you don´t mind, I'm going to sit. Just for a moment or two!

Andrea said...

Looks like a peaceful surrounding to take a seat and rest a while.

Sand said...

I love the black and white, it adds a very nice touch to you photo. It will make me think differently the next time I see a bench. I might have to snap a few off.

Andrea's Garden said...

Hello, thanks for stopping by my blog. Your photos are great, especially the angle they are taken at. As far as the weather is concerned - guess what - we had snow today. :-) Take care, greetings from Germany. Andrea

Photobonnie said...

Benches tell a story. That's why I like them. Lovely in B&W. And let me thank you for your visit, too. :)

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

I love your perspective on this piece. It's very refreshing. Great job. It's very nice.

Willard said...

I like the combination of the different angle and the use of black and white!

Oswegan said...

You do like benches don't you.

Nice b&w treatment, and I like the angle considering the angle of the bricks.

~Oswegan

imac said...

B/W good, angle good, photo good.
well done.

Carmi said...

Hi Kerri. Your pictures are, to be quite blunt, fantastic. I've got a bit of a bench fixation, too, and a monochrome one, for that matter.

Here's a recent example:

http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2007/11/waiting.html

Can't wait to see what you come up with next!

Lynette said...

I like benches, too, although this shot makes me a bit dizzy. Still and all, it's a neat photo.

Annie said...

I might slide right off this bench!

Ida said...

Nice photo of the bench. :)

I saw your post about the ship "Statsråd Lemkuhl".
It`s a Norwegian ship, just like you assumed.
From Bergen city. The nearest city from me.
You can look at more pictures of the ship here, if you want to:
http://www.norphoto.com/r/eng48.php

Ida said...

Here are some more information about the ship:

http://www.lehmkuhl.no/eng/index.cfm

;)

alek said...

angles very interesting with that paving underneath, its a good b&w also

DaveM said...

Baltimore looks interesting. Tall ships are graceful and elegant, it looks like that one was Norwegian.

Maybe the association with benches symbolises peace and restfullness.

Thanks for visiting my blogg, I hope you do so again.

evlahos said...

Great photos, fantastic colors, excellent blog. well done

Old Wom Tigley said...

I like the style of the picture, and the bench.. this bench looks righ in B&W..

Ms. Math said...

I love the angle you used to capture this bench. I never think to try different angles - I will definitely have to start trying that. Thanks for the inspiration!

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