> Here is my contribution for a better world: just those white ones, but probably the first ones from the isle of Gozo, a little island which belongs to Malta. You can see the balcony of my apartment in Kercem, in Maltese Winter.
Down the street are empty lots that serve as a reminder of Hurricane Katrina. One dock still remains–unmangled, even. Two plastic chairs are bolted down to the dock and I like to imagine what I could have seen sitting in them over the years.
Somewhere on the streams of Mekong in Laos Matthew Klein took a two day slow boat trip. He was sitting – right! – on one of those plastic chairs.
Yes, it was packed and uncomfortable for two days. We were the last group to board the boat and had to sit at the back by the engine on plastic chairs. It was probably more comfortable than the torture devices they called wooden benches.
South East Asia is one of the current hot spots on the Plastic Chair World Map. Flickr user Mike Coghlan took several beautiful photographs in Myanmar, featuring a couple of plastic chair pictures. I totally like the atmosphere and color in this one:
Jordan and Marisa Magnuson are traveling quiet a bit, and they aren’t only mapping all there trips and homes on their way but also making a lot of nice pictures on their way, like this lonesome chair in warm rays of the evening sun in Taiwan.