Sunday, September 16, 2012

Bench - Sholom Park


20 comments:

JM said...

Not especially inviting, right? :-) But very original.

Lois said...

I kind of like it. It does blend in well with its surroundings.

Andy said...

Turning the rock into a bench looks like a challenge. Sitting on it would also be a challenge.

Bibi said...

I agree it's probably not comfortable, but I like it.

llandudnopictures said...

Certainly a different looking bench, still somewhere to rest weary feet though.

Small City Scenes said...

JM is right not to inviting but still--a bench is a bench is a bench. MB

Jack said...

Fortunately, many Ocalans have well-cushioned posteriors to make this a bit more comfortable.

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Sharon said...

Now that is a very natural looking bench in a very natural setting.

Randy said...

I like natural benches like this.

Karl Demetz said...

Surely not a comfortable bench, but very photogenic! But this is also a great merit of the photographer.

RedPat said...

I'm not drawn to siting on that one although it looks cool!

Linda said...

Perhaps not comfortable on the posterior...but extremely pleasant for the eyes. Great photo!

Danielle said...

I have never heard of this place. I looked it up but it doesn't say where in Ocala it is. Can you tell me? The brochure shows a lot of interesting information about it.

La Principessa Errante said...

Interesting combination of man and nature.

gregory urbano said...

did not know florida had rocks that big!

hamilton said...

I really like this bench.
I have sat on many more uncomfortable rocks on my treks!

Taken For Granted said...

This may be an example of rock 'n roll. There's rocks and we roll right past them.

Lea said...

Doesn't seem comfortable to sit on, but sure does make a good decoration on its place :)

EG CameraGirl said...

I'd probably sit on that if my feet hurt enough. :)

David Thomas said...

Really nice. I often long for one of these on my hikes in the woods.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson