juste devant la fenetre, au soleil. bonne idee de photos
Wow...this brings back memories for me. My father spent the last 15 years of his life in a veteran's hospital...and died there. Don't worry, though, my memories are precious and good, Lowell. My father was not in a wheelchair, thankfully, but many veterans were and they would sit in their wheelchairs looking out the window near the entrance of the hospital, and, in nicer weather, ventured outdoors to enjoy the views.
Quite a line-up. Good composition.
I'll take the blue one. It looks fast.
I'll wait somtimes...Pierre
Interesting to see all chairs in front of the window!Clever capture!Léia
Any turbos amongst these?
Something about the way you've composed this gives the chairs personalities. I really like it. Disney could make a new movie. Instead of "Cars", they could call it "Wheels". Don Rickles could voice one of the characters...Hope all is well your way.
Interesting composition. Thank goodness I don't need one.
Somedays I feel I REALLY do.
All in the set position and looking ready to go.
Excellent composition. Love how the wheel chair with different size, some opened, some folded but facing window! Nice observation :D How are things with your new place? Must be very exciting on a new place :)
Now did you use your charm to have the staff line all those up??? I agree....it is a very clever capture.
Cute shot, but I'm glad I don't need to "ride" in one of these yet!
Your headline cracked me up, Lowell. Thank you...no, I do not need a ride. And, I hope you don't either.
No thank you, I'll walk....while I still can! :-)
The line up...looks like maybe a hospital? Hope everyone is doing OK in your world.
What a capture, Lowell!
Camera always on the ready! Good one Lowell!
No, thank you...unless you want to race me down the halls. :)
I want mine chopped and channeled--LOL. Good capture. MB
No, thank you. I do like the composition here.
My mother needs a "ride" on occasion. It is helpful to have these near.
No thanks!Lovely capture!
Hopefully not yet.But good to know they are around, just in case.
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