Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Red Bench with Bone.


While walking around the apple orchard I came across this red little bench and this bone lying beside it. The bench made me think of the comforts of living in such a wonderful place and the bone brought about thoughts of Georgia O'Keefe.

23 comments:

Olivier said...

banc rouge du sang de la bête morte ?

VP said...

This is a great one! I hope you'll let me use for my blog...

Ignacio Santana said...

Hola Randy!!!...muchas gracias por visitar mi blog, es todo un honor para mi, y por darme así la oportunidad de conocer tu interesante trabajo.

Saludos!!! ;)

marty said...

this orchard is full of secret
places ! beautiful !

nouvelles couleurs - vienna atelier said...

Hi this speek to me my dear friend...

see you

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Nice composition, Randy, with that accent of red. A bone? Well, I do love the art of Georgia O' Keefe!

Cezar and Léia said...

You are very philosophic today! :)
I think this bench is beautiful!I could be there for hours thinking about my life, better...reading a good book!
Hugs
Léia

Sharon said...

A good place to sit and contmeplate what your next work of art will be.

lifeisaroadtrip said...

It's a very pretty bench, and red is my favorite color!

yas said...

Good shot. I'm interested in bone's story....

Lúcia said...

An invitation to contemplate the place! ;-)

Jarart said...

A nice place to sit and take in nature.
A red bench for you, a red door for me!

Luis Gomez said...

Fun! Great image.

Johnny said...

Un lugar lleno de sorpresas¡¡¡

lizziviggi said...

The texture of that bench is fantastic!

JM said...

Great title, Randy!

cieldequimper said...

I won't dare tell you what I'm thinking.

I will however say that I really do feel 100 tonight. ;-)

RedPat said...

Love the weathered red bench - what history is there?

Mahon said...

a bone and a red bench !
you have all the ingredients for a good story !
a good photo, congratulations !

bye :))

Farmchick said...

Interesting pair of items!

bfarr said...

Terrific composition and a nice find.

T. Becque said...

How wonderful - there's so much to associated with the bench and bone.

Lynette said...

Well done, Randy.