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Garden Chair !

By Sylviwhalley
Many thanks for previous votes and comments and to David (Ugly) and Kate (Irishkate) for the kind User Awards. I thought this might be OK for Silly Sunday, though not really silly just a good recycling idea. I spotted this outside a shop at Sneinton Market Avenues in Nottingham. The lead with a tiny bit of selfie shadow, V1 a different angle, V2 a mono conversion. Have a lovely day stay safe.

Tags: Street photography General Nottingham Flowers and plants Flowers and plants Humour and fun

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Comments


6 Sep 2020 11:11AM
Wonderful set, looks old that chair
mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.3k 2274 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2020 11:35AM
Maybe it started off as a commode and then they changed their minds...
Irishkate Plus
10 42 118 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2020 12:05PM
What a wonderful idea to recycle the chair as a plant holder!
Got to be colour though!
KateGrin
adagio Plus
2 3 2 England
6 Sep 2020 12:14PM
Ditto all the above Sylvia, great image👍👍!!

Angela😄
6 Sep 2020 12:34PM
And you as a Shadow in the image too!
Jukka.
Well spotted Sylvia, the lead for me please.
Carol
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 16 England
6 Sep 2020 1:47PM
You'd certainly feel rather silly if you accidentally sat down on it!! 😁😁 A wonderful and different way to present plants, Sylvia 👍 Has to be in colour, and go for the lead as my fave 😃
Trev 😀
laura1 16 8
6 Sep 2020 2:36PM
clever idea!

Laura
6 Sep 2020 3:01PM
Great images of this garden chair, I like the colour versions best.
JuBarney Plus
9 33 5 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2020 5:04PM
A wonderful use of an old chair and such lovely shots.
Ju
capto Plus
8 6.4k 21 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2020 6:47PM
First thought was a commode........it could be when the plants die down in winter.Smile
ivor
Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2020 10:09PM
Someone is very creative !! I like these images and subjects...
Isabel GrinGrin

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