Antarctica has no government, although various countries claim sovereignty in certain regions. While a few of these countries have mutually recognized each other’s claims, the validity of these claims is not recognized universally.
Well, Antarctica is not a country and doesn’t help us to strike through all the 207 countries on this list. But it’s a own continent and certainly a cool place (in any regards) to have a plastic chair picture from. Now I got permission from David Curtis to use his terrific shot for plasticchair.org:
© by David Curtis (thanks for permitting usage!)
Half Moon Island, Antarctica
Kokkinochoma – meaning „red soil“ – is a village near Kavala in the north-eastern part of Greece. Robert has been there and kindly sent in this chair. Quiete a while ago.
This and other great stuff from my plastic chair photography queues in mail, blog backend and Facebook will be sorted soon.
cc-by-3.0 Robert Handrow
Asking people who where (or better will be) visiting missing countries is most times a reliable thing. Especially if you are really close. My parents had been to Cape Verde a couple of years ago and now checked there back catalog. Et voilà. Such a nice shot:
cc-by-3.0 Renate Wötzel
As promised, Marvin didn’t only sent in a goodie from Panama, but also one from Costa Rica
I’d like to share my Costa Rica picture with you. It was done in Puerto Viejo in Sept. 2012.
“Costa Rica Chair” – cc-by-3.0 Marvin Blue
Growing up in 1980’s Germany, my first association with Panama for a long time has been The Trip to Panama (Oh wie schön ist Panama). Just this morning, I had a delicious cup of my favorite coffee Elida Estate from Panama. And then, there was something nice in my inbox:
Hey, cool website! I’d like to share my Panama picture with you. It was done Sept. 2012. Have a great day.
Yeay! Marvin didn’t only submitted this nice shot, but also one from Costa Rica. Coming soon on plasticchair.org
cc-by-3.0 Marvin Blue