Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Bench, Interrupted


This scene reminds me of something my husband says when joking with the kids,
"Pull up a chair and sit down on the floor!"

14 comments:

twofishtoday said...

I have to say, as a young 36 year old, Im still quite immature when it comes to appreciating art, however your photography on Molfetta is truly artistic, and it brings me closer to the hometown of my parents.

Tanya said...

I love this shot..so serene!

Lucia said...

It so peaceful...and if you weren't looking it would be painful too!
It's funny nowadays when anyone says "BENCH" I think Bench Cothing which my daughter has an obsession with. Great photo!

VP said...

This reminds me of a movie but can't place it now...
May I use this, with full credits to you, for my blog of benches?

Greg Dimitriadis said...

Great framing!

Jacob said...

I like the way you can just see the sea beyond. I used to say the same thing when my kids were little. Your hubby must be a very intelligent person! ;-)

This would make a good post for Vogon Poet's "Bunch of Benches" blog.

Clueless in Boston said...

Great shot. It looks like a painted still life. A great place to sit and contemplate life and the sea.

Malyss said...

I like the shadow of the tree, providing some freshness to this sunny scene..

Saretta said...

2fish - Thank you so much, your appreciation means so much to me!

Tanya & Greg - thanks!

Lucia - I've never heard of Bench clothing!

VP - of course you can use my photo, send me the link when you do.

Jacob - great humorists joke alike!

Clueless - ideally yes, if only there was a seat to sit on! :-)

Malyss - I wasn't sure about that shadow, thanks for your feedback!

Deden said...

this is artistic shot.. very deep feeling I have upon this picture.. yes, it is a reminding "of everything" scene.. I love this picture..

J Bar said...

Terrific shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Chuck Pefley said...

I like the simplicity of this photo, Saretta. Nicely composed.

Steffe said...

I have a thing for benches. With or without people. Looks neat.

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee...
Perfect text to accompany the photo!