photography and digital art
I like the colors. They’re so 50s and early 60s.
Yes, the colours are yummy. There’s something poignant about the missing table too, which is I guess your point.
Nice one – perhaps – finger food, serving 🙂
Do you know I love these chairs and I found one of them and I painted red, standing in my kitchen 🙂 I loved this photograph. Thank you, love, nia
…curiously, all over Cyprus you find lots of chairs just standing on the streets – now one ever seems to use them because they are already dusty.
You find an occasional chair in other countries as well – but usually people are using in.
But I like these chairs as well – but sadly they don’t fit in my luggage.
You got the eye. The eye, I say.
Thank you – that is a fantastic compliment!
I think you find it near the sea (first post) somewhere 🙂
…well, the picture was taken in Nicosia – from there it still is a couple of kilometers to the sea…
…it is probably hidden behind the corner 🙂
The caption’s actually pretty funny. Brilliant photo.
Thank you again.
This is delightful-chairs are among my favorite things to photograph-I particularly like the colors here-
If you like to photograph chairs on the street, I can advice you to travel to Cyprus – strangely there are chairs all over the place…
…I myself also like to photograph them. 🙂
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So many of your compositions/pictures speak to me…they trigger memories of places where I have been and then let me re-live part of the story connected to it. Thank you!
Thank you very much.
For me it is a big compliment, when I can trigger someone else’s memories.
Slats on left, pattern on right , chairs in the middle – this as jigsaw puzzle would be a puzzle fan’s delightful challenge.
Intriguing idea – maybe I should release a jigsaw puzzle…
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