Sit Down and Relax
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You know, I have never shot a picture of a bench. Don't know why. I have a real passion for them.
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Very nice shots, especially the second one!
this reminds me that tomorrow I should post the benches in Stadtpark, Vienna! best wishes, Lara
Looks like a real nice place to walk and then to sit... for a long time, and watch the trees, and the river, and the grass... sigh
that last photo looks spooky and eerie, very nice post
They look so lonely.
I love the curving tree over the bench.
A combination of phototropism and gravitropism, I would guess.
I'd love to walk on that trail. The benches look very inviting.
I also love taking pics of benches...hubby always laughs at me (he obviously doesn't 'get' it, lol) but there's just something interesting about an empty bench!!
May I sit there for a moment? Just to watch the beauty within.
More nice bench shots. Everytime I see a bench now I think of you. :-)
is this in radford? bissett park sounds familiar to me....
i love the second one. it's beautiful, yet a little eerie.
Hi Kerri... Well I have missed a lot.. love the rock texture and of course the bark.. I'll be back again real soon..
Thank you for your concern, and your visits whilst I have been ill. Jane as been well pleased by all te comments.. and my friend Peter who's picture are being shown.. Cheers Kerri.
Nice pics esp the B/W.
Good shots. I really like the one with the tree curving over the bench.
Nice work Kerri. I especially like the second one. I does make me feel sad though. I guess its all the greys and browns. The setting and composition are great and I love benches too, but like Steve I don't do them often.
The benches look inviting. Looks like a nice place to relax and enjoy nature.
Very nice, i really like the second shot.
I pass them and always think what great still life shots! Your photos are wonderful!! Love meeting new nature lovers...thank you for stopping by my ~Snow Roses!~ :)NG
:) Oh, it is! Lovely place even in the winter. What a difference it makes to have a bench, it does make you feel welcome and want to linger a bit.
As nature goes, it's lovely. But looks a little too lonely!
very beautiful capture, very beautiful place. so peaceful
love the second shot - the effect of draining the colour works really well, makes it look as if it's been grabbed from a dream sequence!
I like that idea of comparing the same places in different time or seasons. I too like benches. There is some special and romantic in them. They cannot talk, but if they could… :-))
I love the benches! The teeny first one reminds me of how lonely it is now that the days are getting colder in fall and not many stop to just sit and watch. You "framed" the 2nd one beautifully with that tree branch.
yes,I too enjoy Benches,and this shot is surely lovely.
Thanks for sharing such a wonderful view.
I love your themes. Trees are endlessly fascinating, aren't they?
the second pic is totally a keeper, Kerri...it's classic
Both these benches looks so lonely. I hope you gave them some company for a few minutes.
I love the way the tree is curving over the bench. It looks like a wonderful place to sit!
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