The White Chair, 9

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    Photograph © lindaplaisted.com

    The further adventures of the white chair.

    Another note about this series- If you were to look back in my archives, you would note that all the settings for these photographs are places I have shot before as straight landscapes.

    It has been interesting to see these same places brought to a more human scale by the addition of the chair. One can step into the image more readily somehow, and, if so inclined, "have a seat."

    slight clutter, giovdim, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. cbonney 80 months ago | reply

      Yes, and most of these are lovely places. But the introduction of the chair gives these places a story they wouldn't otherwise have. They'd be lovely pictures without a real focal point.

    2. McNeney 80 months ago | reply

      Wonderful idea, wonderful series. I agree re: the added dimension the chair brings. It forces you to re-examine things you might otherwise take for granted.

    3. BostonLightCatcher 80 months ago | reply

      This is a wonderful idea. A great series of photographs and I imagine a lot fun to do. I know that they are fun to watch for. Well done.

    4. Perfex 80 months ago | reply

      Beautiful work :)

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    5. nardell 80 months ago | reply

      I am loving this whole series Linda. You're so right ... the chair adds a human element somehow, even when there's no one in the picture. It makes me think...

      Really love these. The other day I saw a chair alone in front of a store and thought of you right away :)

    6. Electricfishphoto 80 months ago | reply

      it looks so lonesome! great shot :) -ld

    7. giovdim 80 months ago | reply

      blilliant, cinematic, dreamy, narrative, like an open book. bravo.
      The World Through My Eyes

    8. Mary Jane 2040 80 months ago | reply

      These chairs are starting to look like they are seeking someone.

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