This is my aighth posting to the photo challenge „Pull up a Seat“ from XingfuMama. There it is explained: „As I get older I find myself more and more often looking for a place to perch when I am out and about. This might be a chair, a bench, a wall, a pew…maybe even a log or a rock. These spots can be artfully designed, quirky or very plain, sometimes they have a view, sometimes you meet someone else who needs a rest. For this weekly challenge I will make a post every Friday morning. To play along:
- Create a post with a photo of places one sits or might sit, or art about sitting, and maybe a little background or story about the spot or a picture of the view.
- Add a tag “Pull up a seat”.
- Add a link to your post in my comment section, either by writing a comment with your URL or by creating a pingback (when you create a link to my post within your post with the chain icon in the editor).“
This bench in the English Garden bears an inscription by the donor: „Love isn’t looking at each other, it’s looking together in the same direction.“ These words come from the poet and writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the creator of „The Little Prince“.
I have nothing to add, except maybe that this is a very nice place for a coffee break. Maybe better for two?