splendid in isolation!
Ash, love this solitude!
Ash, most of the times your work leaves me speechless. :) It is no different even this time around...
This bench is beautiful. I like the contrast of the blue with the greenery surrounding it and with the brown wood. This is a marvelous photo.
I'm sure the bank has heard more than a declaration of love.
this is a cool shot, brilliant composition and light that enhances the colours so well
and our comfort can keep us from fully experiencing that nature...smiles.
I'm not sure whether this would qualify as a "comfortable chair" but is certainly an attractive bench!
Great shot, looks like a nice place to stop and think.I love Fran Lebowitz!
How was Seansea?I would like to visit that town one day.
Wonderful picture and quotation! :-)
I like the way that you framed this freshly painted bench Ash... there is a plaque on it... it just may be a memorium....peter:)Thanks for dropping by today:-)
i'm astounded at the cleanliness of this bench.
A perfect hideaway!
Great shot. Love to sit on there.
Seems to be a lovely place, nice photo as well!
Lovely ash! Its best siting beside nature as a company.
AS, Magic Eye - Thank you! Rahul - Many thanks! Paresh - Thank you. You're very kind!George - Thank you so much! Leovi - Oh, definitely! Thank you! Krunal - Thank you! I was wondering if the green in the background looks a little washed out. Ashok - :-) Brian - True!Lowell - Believe me, it wasn't very comfortable to sit on! Carol - It was a great spot to sit as it offered a brilliant view of the sea. London Caller - Swansea is lovely. You must definitely visit one day! Peter - Thank you!PhotoCache - Thank you! Luke, LadyFi, Eden - Thank you! Mats - Yes, it was absolutely lovely! Jeevan - Probably with a good book and a glass of wine!
A fine shot of this well painted and stained bench. Looks very good, and welcoming, in that green setting.
Nice place to sit.
This is beautiful Ash.(You may like to see a similar capture in my other blog 'frozen moments'.)
Yes, only few knows nature better.
Awesome click Ashwathy. Wish I could sit there and soak in the nature forever!!www.rajniranjandas.blogspot.com
Ha ha, the quote made me smile. Looks like a summertime photo, is it, or do you have some lovely sunshine there?Thanks for your comment about Rufus. x
I was thinking of trnquility, that is going to be my next post. However, I could not find a bench like that at the place I visit. You have a specially trained eye for beauty which has been captured so nicely here. I loved it.
L I N D O !!!!Bom fim de semana!Beijinhos.Brasil✿⊱╮¸.•°`♥✿⊱╮
Don, Rajesh, Bob - Thank youIndrani - Thank you. I'd love to have a look! Weekend Windup - Thank you Niran - Thank you! I'm sure you'd love Wales. You must plan a trip to the UK! Lynne - This was taken on a March, couple of years ago. I'm keeping Rufus in my prayers! P.N.S - Thank you! I look forward to reading your next post. Magia - Thank you! You too have a nice weekend!
A beautiful bench
that's a nice bench! The quote is all too true as well!
Looks like a great place to sit back and enjoy!
I have a strong desire to sit on that bench right now.;) It looks so lush and tranquil.Love the way you combine stunning images and wise words dear Ash.;)xoxo
Too good Ash!
Great Picture !!!
Hi Ash,Love this. You have captured one of my favorite subjects - empty benches. This one looks very inviting.
peaceful place to rest..nice photo
Great quote! And the bench looks inviting :)
Calusarus, Crafty Green Poet, Sandy - Thank you Zuzana - Thank you. It's a pretty place to sit and the view amazingLiberated Soul - Thank you. Lovely to visit your blog after ages! Frail Voice - Thank you! Annie - Thank you. Next time I shoot an empty bench, I'll think of you :-) Krishna - Thank you! Ruby - Thank you!
such a comforting place
Beautiful shot and a nice and matching quote
Love this photo! And the quote is excellent too. There are definitely not enough comfortable chairs outside but I think I could manage to spend some time on that one.
... and some times no chairs at all :)but does it matter ... unless the chairs are as pretty as this!
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