Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Wagon Wheel Benches - Brownwood, The Villages, Florida




18 comments:

RedPat said...

Those are quite unique, Lowell. I like them.
Just looked up Cedar Key - I haven't really explored Fla further north than Homosassa so I didn't realize that that is where you have been going.
Yes, guys take old cars and make them look all rusty and falling apart even though they have spent $$$ on big motors etc. There is a whole mystique to it that I don't get!

William Kendall said...

That's different, but I like the result!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I really like those benches, Lowell!! Beautiful captures, as always!! Hope your week is going well!!

Janet said...

How creative! Makes me want to come down and sit a spell.

Linda said...

I love the creativity! How pretty!

Kay said...

Well, if there weren't braces on those wheels I'd declare these couples wheelchairs. There is an older crowd in The Villages, right?

stardust said...

Hello, Lowell! I like these benches made of beautiful quality wood. I prefer the second one. Maybe the bench could travel on the wheels before you know it.

Yoko

Bergson said...

a strong bench

llandudnopictures said...

That's a fine collection of benches, wonderfully crafted.

Halcyon said...

Very original set of benches!

Karl Demetz said...

Wow, these are very original, very creative idea !

EG CameraGirl said...

The second bench looks a tad more comfortable than the first. Did you try them out?

Sharon Anck said...

I've seen several benches like this out here in the west. I like them. Very clever.

cieldequimper said...

Ditto what Sharon said!

Small City Scenes said...

Really different---very interesting she said as she peeked through the shrubbery.
MB

LOLfromPasa said...

How cool! I really like those little platforms the wheels are sitting on. They keep those whole sitting experience safe :).

Bibi said...

I like these benches. I think I'd want to kick the wooden holders and scoot along.

VP said...

I do love this and I will use it on aBoB...

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