Thursday, 3 September 2009

Fridays Bench

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I was sent this by email along with a few other pictures from a friend. He knows I like benches, scarecrows, and anything Land Rover related. I hope you like this bench as much as I do... I would love to have seen this for myself, sat on it a while and admired for the work of art I think it is. It says it is sponsored by 'The Morayfirth Partnership'.. well done to them then I say. :O) I had to find out who they were... and I'm more than pleased to add their link here Moray Firth Partnership well worth a look at if you get the time.

14 comments:

Carletta said...

A carved treasure chest! :)
It's a lovely bench.

Gallow said...

Excellent job. I don't think I've ever seen a bench like that.

I've posted my bench of the week at http://sg-photo.blogspot.com/

Barbara Martin said...

An exquisite bench in a perfect place to sit and enjoy the scenery.

I have posted a bench in a conservation area too.

PERBS said...

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now that is a super bench with carvings decorating the front edge. Absolutely beautiful! I hope Malyss coems to see this one. Thanks for sharing it!

I now have my Fridya bench up a bit early for me but on time for those whose time is ahead of the US west coast. Drop by and see it.

RuneE said...

Since I live very close to the sea I can't but admire your bench - and wish I had one. Someone must have spent quite a lot of time on that one.

And since I enjoy Scotland too, I appreciated the sponsors!

imac said...

Wonderful bench my friend, will be back to catch up on the info.

Ive posted benches this friday + a story.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I like this unusual bench very much. Now I need to follow your link to find out more. ;-)

My bench this week is at
http://eastgwillimburywow.blogspot.com/2009/09/at-sunset-bench.html

Dina said...

That's a one of a kind bench all right!

Viola said...

A very special and maritim bench! :)

imac said...

Been to checkout the info, that trail sounds interesting Tom.

Carolyn said...

What a fine piece of craftmanship Tom and great info. I learned what a "firth" is thanks to wikipedia and much about this great conservation organization. Thank you so much for sharing.
Blessings and smiles Tom

Rose said...

Now that is a bench!

Kerri said...

Oh I LOVE this! I want one!

PERBS said...

Am back -- where is your post you called Resting of Benches? I tried to find it on yoru blog listings but wa unsuccessful. I am curious about them now. Please let me know the link. Thanks!