Thursday, January 09, 2014

Outdoor Seats

I have a growing fascination with outdoor seats of all kinds, and have a sneaking suspicion it has something to do with getting older and taking rest stops along the walking way. But here are three splendid seats I spied while out walking yesterday evening down by Bayswater Marina. Two of them were 'memorial' seats, and one was just straight fun.

Here is the plaque off the second seat, overlooking the ocean.

The third seat was in a small park next to a historic yachting building that is being restored. It was a memorial for Fr Terry Dibble, a priest who was an activist for peace and justice.




1 comment:

  1. Not rest stops. They are pauses while walking to clean your camera lens and scan the horizon for suitable scenes to photograph. I like the quote for Fr Dibble.