Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Bench upon which to meditate at Rainbow Springs State Park

15 comments:

bfarr said...

Nice bench, great locale, but it needs to get a little weather on it : )

~Cheryl said...

Perfect spot for a bench. Even has a pool for "reflecting"

joo said...

Romantic place, really great to meditate:)
Lovely photo.
Have a great day!

Cezar and Léia said...

Simple and beautiful.I'm really impressed by the lovely place around, and those stones.I like stones! :)
Léia

Chris said...

Yep looks like a good environment to meditate!

Small City Scenes said...

Lovely bench. I don't feel like meditating but I might sit there anyway---but not because you said so. MB

Francisca said...

Nice wood bench... but not one I'd want to sit on too long! Too straight backed for slouchy me...

[Jacob, thanks much for your kind comment... It would simply never occur to me that you'd not care. Blogging is a joy with no strings attached. I so very much appreciate your visits, but there are no obligations. I've been pretty slow myself these past weeks; a bit of work overwhelm leaves not enough time for this fun. I too just do what a can. Thanks again.]

brattcat said...

Is it comfortable for meditating?

Halcyon said...

I like it. It looks quite new as well.

cieldequimper said...

Aha, here comes the competition for my ton of PNW benches! :-) Thanks for your sweet comments!

anjoe playhouse said...

Jacob, it's a very fine photo! Take a look here to see other wood benches

http://anjoe-legehuset.blogspot.com/2010/10/husk-at-vise-hensyn.html

Per Stromsjo said...

And apparently not a single spray-painting vandal has been able to locate this spot yet.

JM said...

It seems to be a perfect place for a rest. Very inviting indeed.

anjoe playhouse said...

Me and my bad English - I were just trying to tell you, I have put a comment into my blog under Oct 7, 2010...
Have a great weekend with your family :)

anjoe playhouse said...

Many thanks for your comment - it made me very happy, Jacob. BUT, my oldest brother has lived in the U.S. 39 years, mostly in the State of Texas, and his wife did not understand much when I wrote long greetings especially for her, and my brother could not translate - only had a little idea of what I thought * LOL *
But the few times when Nancy and I talked by phone, I can change/choose other words, and then she understands everything basically. The same can their son, Erik :-)
Today I emailed a short birthday greeting for him - turns 27 years!