Saturday, 4 July 2009

























Lots of lovely benches from BT

6 comments:

Leatherdykeuk said...

Delightful!

Silver said...

benches. great fascination! let the mind wander and the skies is the limit.

PERBS said...

Your friend gave you many neat benches and I have made some comments on each:

Oh my gosh! Another bench blog!!!!!!! I thought Malyss in France and I were the only two. I am soooooooooooooo excited to see that you have a bench blog too. I am going to look at each and every one and leave comments on each entry. Nice header bench -- think you should have left both in the photo tho!

This first entry I am reading has so many cool benches! They deserved a spot of their own each!!!
The planter benches along the building are super -- I saw some like tht when I went to Mt. Rainier this weekend.

The second one I thought was a mosaic until I enlarged it and found GIRAFFES!!!!!!!!!! How unique! In my travels I ahve run across a man who has a giraff blog and bet he would like to see that one!

The cat bench is unusual. . . I would have liked to have seen the other side also. . .

The next little one in the "garden" is like a small bench for two lovers and has a unique design that I have never seen before! It looks like there may be a more simple bench perpendicular to it also!!!!

Now the next one with three benches is more familiar -- I have found several of those myself but not together as yours are. I like the design of them.

The ornate background on the next one is so cool! A long, regal bench with such gorgeous ironwork backing and sides.

Even tho the next one could use a lick of paint, the beautiful long bench is very comfortable looking with its slanted back and beautiful ironwork arms and legs. I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I tried to enlarge the photo of the one at the wine shop but I could not find the bench there. . .

The small green bench with the big, round, iron legs is very attractive and unusual. I like the shadow too!

What a nice sturdy bench the next one is -- definitely spacious width! Beautiful design for ironwork arms and legs also. What a treasure!!!!!!

The bench by the brick alcove is extraordinary also! The ironwork sides/legs is beautiful detail and overpowers its need for a lick of paint! I like its shadow also.

The benches on the next two are handy if one needs a rest.

The dog looks comfortable in the next one. Looks like it was made for him!

I can ahrdly wait to see the rest. . . looking now and will leave comments on each post.

PERBS said...

I got through December 8th and I will be back! I love your bench blog. Hope you will visit mine again but if you visit older posts, please let me know -- I have two blogs of benches so far and might run out of room soon and have to make a third. They are both listed on my Postcardsfromthenorthwest blog.

Raph G. Neckmann said...

PERBS kindly told me about your giraffe bench - how wonderful, I have never seen one like this before! Whereabouts is it?

PERBS said...

Ok, so I came back to find he bench in the wine shop photo but alas! I cannot see a bench in tht photo and I enlarged it.