Delving deep into my archives, I’ve concluded that I don’t take many photos of benches.
Coastal footpaths are great places for a bench or two.
In Giverny, at the Monet Garden, I tried to capture a very cute butterfly and her sister.
Spring has been quite unpredictable too this year. Walking has brought a few surprises.
I can’t wait for those sunny days to get here so I can begin hunting for benches in earnest. Have you joined Jude’s Bench Challenge yet? Come with me! You don’t want to miss it.
Wonderful variety of exceptional benches. Painting a bench blue can surely help find it. I’m always on the lookout for one so I can rest my sore knees from walking. Very nice entry for the challenge. : )
Thanks, Isadora 🙂 Makes them easy to spot for Jude’s challenge too!
Love the light blue color of that train station. It’s like you’re stopping at a candy store or a fairytale house after riding the train. Ahihihi 😀
That fourth shot is epic.
It was a rare blue sky day too. We walked from one station to the next through lovely scenery. I remember it as being beautiful. 🙂
The shade of turquoise in the first shot makes my heart sing! One of my favorite colors. Lovely bench tour, Jo, your photography is wonderful!
I need the practise, Elisa, and Jude has decreed more benches so I’ll just have to keep on being trying 🙂 Thank you!
enjoyed the variety – and that turquoise ones at the train area had an art deco feel (to me at least) – 🙂 ❤
A nice cheerful colour for dull days 🙂
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indeed… 🙂 and the curve and “style” helps too