The view looks worthwhile from that bench.
That water is quite calm. I also like the way the shadows mimic the slats of the pier. Fits well with my sense of order.As far as which pair of shoes I purchased--the sensible ones that are not in the photo. Those are an accident waiting to happen.
You surely meant to say the 'perfect' place to spend some time...or it sure looks perfect to me.
Nice. I'd like that instead of going to work in a misty, cold August morning.
Yes. Lovely texture on the bench's wood.
Perfect--I'm there and enjoying the quiet. MB
Nice calm place. It has got a beautiful view.
The water is so still, the reflections so beautiful.
Well, that's sure a clear day with calm water you have there. Nice bench. Nice boardwalk. Nice view.
Not too much time if it's as hot there as it is here! The water is so beautiful and calm that is looks like a mirror.
Yes, the still water looks amazing!
I want to be there! ;)Adorable view, you are so lucky!hugsLéia
Nice, and also one for VP in Livorno??
a nice spot to rest
Great new header!
This is a lovely bench. I like the rustic look and it won't get too hot to sit on!
For some reason I especially like this bench. Must be the lines, the color. The view is nice, too, but I think it's the animated lines of the bench. Very balanced. Nice pic. I think you're baiting someone we know.
I was reading a book and the author acknowledged Cedar Key this way:When I visited Cedar Key for the first time in 1994, I knew I was in my element--surrounded by water and Mother Nature. But when I relocated there in 2005, my love for the town deepened because I found that it was the people who were the soul of the islandThe locals made me feel welcome and gave me a sense of belonging. I was inspired by their compassion for neighbors, and their love for family.So, does that sound right? MB
I keep forgetting to pay attention to benches, which make such terrific subjects for photos. This bench looks upon a rather idyllic scene.
Fantastic... I can't believe it's empty!
Bench, wood, water, boats. . .you had me at 'bench.'
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