GO (2013)Ashley Lily Scarlett
I’m fascinated by abandoned chairs; you are too, I remember.
Yes, I am. Look at what I posted today: http://melindagreenharvey.com/2013/08/22/what-i-didnt-photograph-that-day/
It’s too dirty, Sean.
Is that where I go to sit in the corner and ruminate on what I’ve done?
No, Eric. Rumination is not good for you. Or any one.
Very good. I have spent enough time in corners…
Rum in Nate made him ponder and meditate over a paradox with a pair of socks.. He decided to sit and play a game of Go.
The chair is not abandoned. It is protesting – it belongs to the occupy movement. 😀
Excellent composition. The colour appears to be receding from the chair & floor.
Oh, Joseph! Haha!
And I wouldn’t make you sit in the corner either.
Thank you, Rabirius.
Great space! Great use of a chair! Great photograph!!!
Thank you, Mark. I do like my abandoned chairs. 🙂
Maybe sometime I’ll put together a gallery of my chair photo collection! 🙂
Oh, yes! I’d love to see them, Mark.
I think I’ll do a Recollection of my old ones too. 🙂
I always love your composition, S.E…
and I particularly like your view-point in this one, too…
it feels like it’s almost bird’s-eye in a way… the over-all effect feels kind of mysterious to me in a way (which I love, of course)!
Thank you, Robert, very much. I do pay a lot of attention to composition. 🙂
As always, perfectly composed. Had you been an architect, I would’ve loved to have lived or worked in one of your structures.
Thank you, very much, John. What a great compliment.
It’s good to see you here and back at your blog again. 🙂
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