The Chairs

While visiting my parents today, I walked around the grounds of the facility looking for something to photograph.  The grounds are lush with beautiful plants, flowers and real, living grass, which is rare in southern Arizona.  Mostly we have decorative rock in lieu of lawns in an effort to conserve water in our landscaping.  But maybe they feel that most of the folks that live in assisted living might like to look out their windows and see some green grass.  It really is pretty and reminded me of when I was a kid.  I took my sandals off and just walked through it.  It was so much fun!

But I digress.  Today’s photo is of a row of chairs which I thought were interesting as they were pushed up against the courtyard wall so that they faced the fountain.  I love water features,   so after photographing the empty gallery of chairs, I sat for a while and just watched and listened to the water.  Peaceful moments.  I needed that today. Namaste’

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  1. zannyro says:

    What gorgeous color! Love it!

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    1. Thank you, Miss Suzanne. I do appreciate it.

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  2. Patti says:

    Things that make you say hmmm!
    Glad you weren’t playing Musical Chairs. . .

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    1. Me, too, but wait! The chairs were already empty so I would have won 🙂

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  3. Kay Rolfe says:

    Nice chairs. Nice photo.

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  4. niasunset says:

    Beautiful chairs, I loved your composition with them… Thank you dear Regina, love, nia

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    1. Thank you, dear Nia. I like this one, too. Didn’t expect it but there it was.

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