On a long hard day of work it’s nice to sit by a fire by my self and listen to the birds.
“The Lone Chair” (Calhoun, Louisiana, USA) – cc-by-3.0 Kevin Thomas
Just a beautifully composed plastic chair photography came in from Roxanne. This shadowy scene taken in California is just delicious. Also take a look at Roxanne Overton’s Website. There is really a lot of talent!
“Chair Framed in Shadows” – cc-by-3.0 Roxanne Overton
GPS: 38°26′55″N 122°42′17″W / 38.44861°N 122.70472°W
Saw the feature yesterday about your site on Deutsche Welle and decided to jump in. So here are my contributions. I took them this morning while I was doing my volunteer work at a non-profit art gallery here in Pensacola. The chairs were in our store room.
“Plastic chairs in Pensacola, Florida” cc-by-3.0 Cynthia
Too beautiful to not post it.
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.
Company by Josh Sniffen – cc-by-2.0
I fell in love again
All things go, all things go
Drove to Chicago
All things know, all things know
„A mural at a Forest Park child care center.“ – With some colorful and beautiful chairs sitting next to it. Lovely. Very lovely.
Fall goes to winter – by Ann Fisher – cc-by-nc-nd-2.0
Plastic Chairs desperately looking for a new home at Far Rockaway Beach, New York. A sad impression of a pre-buy-life of a humble monobloc. If you see them in such a inhospitable environment. Grab your wallet and release those chairs in a more cheerful future.
by Sonja Mönkedieck
In 2007, we’ve been on a beautiful vacation in New York and New England. There were only a few, but beautiful encounters with plastic chairs in the NYC.