Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV

When I was in Paris this spring I enjoyed my walk in the Jardin des Tuileries.  I noticed this group of chairs in front a fountain and they looked very cheerful and friendly.  As I prepared to take a picture of them I looked up and saw the obelisk from the Place de la Concorde on the right and the Eiffel Tower to the left.  Surprisingly (at least to me) the famous landmarks were not the focus of this picture.  I really liked those chairs.


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42 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV

  1. Funny how the simple things really grab us. I can see why you like them. They are colorful and look extremely comfortable and attractive. I am with you on that. I find certain chairs irresistible and so charming that I want to have a pic of them.


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  8. You seem to like chairs. I remember the beach shots with the chairs too :)
    I have something similar in Hyde Park, from many years ago. They had deckchairs beside the Serpentine and my small curly headed daughter was perched in one.


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