Monday, February 1, 2010

February Theme Day: Wood

Reflections on a shop window

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24 comments:

brattcat said...

What a delicate little chair.

Dina said...

When my eyes freed themselves from staring at the strange color combination, they moved over to enjoy the interesting reflections and nice wood shapes.

Sharon said...

A lovely piece of furniture.

Gunn said...

Nice craftmanship, made long before the IKEA revolution.
I also find the colors and art interesting.

B SQUARED said...

Interesting colors. Nicely interpreted.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

such a pretty image for theme day

Andreea said...

Wow. This is so beautiful, I like the colors and the curved shape. Great theme photo.

Leif Hagen said...

I could definitely find a spot for that WOODEN chair in our piano room at home! Fancy foto for theme day!

joo said...

Terrific photo JM. Great choice for the theme day!

Jarart said...

It's an interesting picture. I like the lines of that chair.

VP said...

A very elegant way to see this theme day!

Peter said...

I missed a few posts (but saw them now). Sorry!

I beleive we (kids, grandkids) will aim for summer in Portugal this year! Your country is just too nice! Your illustrations have contributed to our choice!

Lois said...

That is quite an interesting color combination on that chair JM!

cieldequimper said...

Simply superb.

Cezar and Léia said...

This is such an intriguing image! The blending of chair and reflection and odd lights... Really precious!
God bless you!
Cezar

Jacob said...

Wild colors. That chair looks very, very old!

Anya said...

Funny colors :-)

Joanne said...

Que bonito, gosta da cadeira!

Kilauea Poetry said...

I like the interesting color combination as well as reflections-
Mine is up.. but is also pending as I'm a newbie-
Cheers-

Wolynski said...

Gorgeous shot of a beautiful chair. Lovely.

Mirela said...

What an elaborate chair! Great choice for the theme day :)

Small City Scenes said...

Lovely, specially with the reflection. MB

Hilda said...

What a lovely chair with such rich colors!

Joan Elizabeth said...

That's a very elegant and old world take on wood ... well selected. It's interesting to see how for a subject as universal as wood that we have all given it an angle that reflects our part of the world.