Sunday, July 15, 2007
Pastels on the lawn
Colorful places to rest
Grand Bend, Ontario, July 2007 [Click to enlarge]
My wife noticed these chairs sitting unoccupied on the sloping front lawn of a sleepy old inn overlooking the beachfront parking lot in this lakeside town. Alternately known as adirondack chairs or muskoka chairs, the colors almost begged to be photographed.
I didn't even have to ask. As I looked at her, she nodded at me and, smiling the smile of a wife who knows what drives me, told me to take a walk with my camera. She's cool that way.
I think we have a potential new candidate for our living room wall.
Your turn: This image continues to speak to me 10 days after I first took it. What's it saying to you?
One more thing: This isn't the first time I've explored these chairs. Click here to go back in time.