Thursday, February 23, 2012

contemplating

the complications of thin ice

18 comments:

Malyss said...

With a small warm cushion, I could sit there a long while; But wait for me with hot chocolate, please! :o)

Sharon said...

Lot's of thin ice this year to contemplate.

Birdman said...

Sometimes we just stumble upon scenes like this.

Sharon Creech said...

Another intriguing photo - you DO find gems, brattcat! I'm trying to imagine who might sit in this chair. ..

Virginia said...

Watch your step!
V

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Don't even THINK about it Bratcatt!! This is an intriguing little scene you've captured here.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

This looks like the cover of a mystery novel. How ever did you stumble upon this murky scene?

Welcome home, mon amie!

Bises,
Genie

cieldequimper said...

Dunno about murky but I might be able to sew a pink teddy there...

I see you still have the new word verification...

Bibi said...

That's a beautiful photo...hope the 'sitter' didn't try to tread on thin ice....

VP said...

Lovely picture. It is almost spring here, but the memories of the unusual cold are still fresh.

Jack said...

This chair looks like it is on terra firm, which is a wise decision at this time of year.

Kate said...

I'm sitting on the chair thinking; hmmm! I wonder if I could buy doll series #2 ????? Let me know, if you please! My email is on my profile. Many thanks!

Thérèse said...

Let's imagine someone sitting on that same chair! :-)

Eli said...

This is a gorgeous photo!

Lowell said...

As in so many meetings, I'll repeat the words: The chair has the floor!

Carraol said...

Interesting image, look as a film scenario! I apologize for not passing through your site as often as I would like, but you know, work takes up most of the time. Have a great week.

Jilly said...

Very nice. Anyway coming after me should enlarge this photo - the detail is beautiful and so is the composition and all it purports to say. I love it. Intriguing indeed as Sharon said.

Irina said...

Bravo, master.
If you are not only soothing me but really want to have one of my paintings, I will be happy to mail any you like (if it is available) to Vermont. Please e-mail me your address. Then I would be able to make "important" face and say "my works arrre in private collections in Europe and America")))