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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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I shall commence with probably the most unusal tables.A wool table…right foreground. 

No shearing taking place at this time.

Tables of any king was the brief????

Wool bales were often pushed on their side

so they could be used as a table or chair.

The thing which frustrated me most about this practice

was that the user never stood the bale upright after pushing it over.

 

Outdoor cafe seating in Arras, France.

 

If you can accept outdoor benches as chairs…

then we have some of Geelong’s

parklands and their tables and chairs.

Seating along

Promenade des Anglais

in Nice, France.

 

An eight seater, turn of thee century,

solid Tasmanian Blackwood dining table and chairs.

Belonging to MGW’s parents

and valued at $AUD 7000-$AUD 8000 restored, or

$AUD 1,500 – $AUD 1,700 as is.

And no-one showed any interest in it.  😦

 

The first or one of the few memorials to the Nurses

involved in the Great War.

It can be found at

Lochnagar Crater,

Somme Battlefields

in  France

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Cees-BW-Photo-Challenge: Tables-Chairs

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A Mock Orange in full bloom…

provides one of my ‘Pleasant Smells‘ entries.

The other just has to be…

a Rose.

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November18 WitsEnd-Inspirations: Pleasant Smells

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We have experienced low rainfall again this year

and our backyard is beginning to dry out.

December 8, 2015

March 19, 2014. 

The way weather forecasters are talking about the weather

I will be able to give our yard a Christmas tidy

and put the mower away for many months. 

Just hope they are way off with their forecast.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge: Dry