A cozy little alcove for two, with one orange showing. And water running. Nice.
I can feel the cool, mossiness from here!
What a pretty spot! You will have to show us what the river looks like between the two walls one day JM.
This image is a delightful invitation topause and reflect ... . just a moment ofstillness to listen to the river andperhaps contemplate that tempting singleorange.Jjj
Linda composição nessa foto e também amei o detalhe da laranjeira!Maravilhosa energia nesse lugar especial!Léia
i d'like to pick up the orange !
The bench looks coldbut the orange looks yummie.....A fresh orange Wow!!Lovely shot :-)
There is a lot of stone work here! Above that palm with the green vine..as well as the path- really nice bench JM. That orange is waiting to be picked!
Another gorgeous place for an avocado. Maybe a smoothie this time!Have a great weekend!
Looks like a nice place to sit, rest and make have a snack with a friend!Bon weekend
I think it's a while since you've shown us a bench. This one is interesting, it looks cool and damp with all that moss but in a warm place with the orange and date palm.
How old is it? Doesn't look too comfortable, but still would be a nice place to sit if you'd been standing all day!What, you don't have alligators in Portugal? We can fix that!
Jacob, this bench must be about 250 years old, once it's in the gardens of the palace which was the city founder's house, the first Count of Oeiras.
Is it an orange? Lovely, and the bench is superb:)
So, I'm guessing that if you sat on one of those benches you could hear the water rushing by. There is a lot to see in this photo, an orange, palms, moss, and more.
Ah - after the (horrendous) day I've had, I would love to park myself on that 'old bench' and exhale...
But you make it so easy to imagine it. How nice to sit on that bench, the river running behind, the orange tree before you.
old but charming :)
It looks like a quiet place where to sit and rest for a while. The bench must be rally old...
Lovely composition. Enjoy seeing the vegetation surrounding the bench. Would be ever so relaxing to sit there for awhile.
I love, love, love the moss growing up on the sides of that bench, JM!-Dean
You bring wine, I'll pick the orange to go with it! LOVE the moss on the stone.V
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