I found a seat but decided not to sit down. I was in my wheelchair taking a wheelie and happened to be driving through the local cemetery and I saw this lonely chair. The only objects taking a rest on it were some fallen leaves from the local trees. Who needs a chair in a cemetery? There are wooden benches to sit on so why put a metal chair in a corner for no apparent reason. I saw it last week and am wondering whether it will still be there next week: just a forgotten chair.
One Word Photo Challenge: Seat
Sorry, but this was the best I could manage, and he only costs 11.90 Swiss Francs in the local supermarket. I had a look in the toy department and found my seal. Actually he looks quite lively for a stuffed seal. Unfortuately Swiss rivers and mountain lakes have no yet managed to produce seals.
One Word Photo Challenge: Seal
I think in every town, even in Solothurn, Switzerland, there is a statue of a someone blindfolded carrying scales. Must be a strong feeling of justice around.
One Word Photo Challenge: Scales
How much does a duck cost
A big one thirty, a small one half the price
They do not have real feathers
Now that would be very nice
But these are only wooden ducks
You get them in a sale
They do not quack, do not lay eggs
They are smaller than a whale.
One Word Photo Challenge: Sale
What could be more positive than a laughing sunflower face.
One Word Photo Challenge: Positive
How do you settle for one photo when you live in paradise and have many showing the most beautiful places you have ever seen. I do not need to travel to other places, when I have everything I need at my doorstep. No matter where I go in the village the Jura mountains are always in the background. We have orchards, and wheat fields and of course cows. This has become my home, my place.
One Word Photo Challenge: Place
As a chicken I do like to get away from it all now and again: a peaceful place to rest my weary feathers and have a quiet sleep.
One Word Photo Challenge: Pillow