La dame fait-elle un régime WW ?Rentrée ce soir avec la crève en prime ; beaucoup de vent en Charente-Maritime.
A nice sequence of benches, I like the wild west!
Hard to see the bench in the last one, but one supposes it must be there, just hidden. Public benches are certainly one of man's finer inventions.And of course there is the wonderful Georges Brassens song about "Bancs Publics" :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ic_wbt63LD8Best wishes...
nice pictures .. thanks for sharing
Sharing is such a nice feeling. A city bench with such a nice western look.
Cool series James!The second photo made me smile, it seems the pigeon is posing for you! ;-)
Nice photos James! I love benches! I love them because my wife likes to shop and I don't. As long as there's a bench around, I'm good and she can take as long as she wants.
ABsolutely fabulous! We have not such unusual benches around here!The first one is my favorite , hard to find "more american"! But every of your pictures is great..I guess you allow me a link?...:o)
wow I also love benches and these set of bench pictures (and moments) is amazing!Léia
Fine series of bench photos. Looks like you enjoyed shooting these.
Thank you for stopping by Amish Stories James, and you mention Newtown in your comment. Were you maybe talking about Newtown Connecticut maybe. I used to work in that area which is why I asked. Happy July 4 James and to your readers and please drop by again. Richard
How do you do it? That last one is priceless! The t-shirt is so funny, the moment so candid. Makes me love life in all it's quirky aspects...
Came by from Malyss bench blog (I have a bench blog also but not active presently.)Your wagon wheel bench is fabulous! I love it! Enjoyed the series of your bench photos and how you told their story!Paulie
Ha, ha, nice post - a little story.
nice post James! love the top picture
Lovely post. I always find benches a great thing to photograph. You captured some great ones. Love the cat on the bench.
Such a cute story...great photography!