Thursday, September 10, 2009

Birmingham Rouge III - Deux Chaises


This is a photo I've tried before. I finally got it last week on the back patio of Chez Fonfon. You know what I'm remembering.......Paris! Oh, and it fits with my Chair Series!

BLOG WORD A DAY
from Biz Stone's Who Let the Blogs Out

HITOSIS - Noun. Unable to stop oneself from checking blog stats.
( You know who you are, well maybe I'm there too! )


19 comments:

Bibi said...

Hi, Virginia. I took a really good photo of two chairs in Seattle, but didn't post it. Perhaps will send it to you to have a peek...

OMG! I am suffering from hitosis.

Gunn White said...

Well seen, and a nice shot! :-)

Blognote said...

Ah...also the last three photos plus your descriptions are wonderful. You have a good eye, Virginia. I told you before.
D

Babzy said...

These chairs are beautiful !

Deborah said...

great picture - love the colors

Maya said...

I love the design in those chairs against the red! Stunning! I'm a recovering hitoser...

B SQUARED said...

Two chairs in the wilderness that found each other. O.K., Paris then.

Daryl said...

Excellent .. I love chairs, red ones especially

Halcyon said...

I do like these chairs. And luckily I do not suffer from hitosis.

Virginia said...

Blognote,
Thanks and I hope we will still find a way to have a BLog Bash in the near future!

Bibi,
Would love to see your chairs! How are the wedding plans coming along? Planning one with the bride far away is a challenge.

Jacob said...

Oh yes, this could easily be a scene from Paris! Great shot! Don't think I'd sit on those chairs, though...

altadenahiker said...

Hitosis: Nothing that a little Listerine can't cure.

Char said...

beautiful rouge

Marie-Noyale said...

getting to almost Xmas colors!!!
A nice clin d'oeil to Paris!!

Ken Mac said...

fantastic surreal chairs

Cloudia said...

Fun Cheri!

aloha

Comfort Spiral

Tash said...

Ah, the chair shot master at her best! Excellent, excellent!

Jilly said...

The chairs don't look as if they belong with that colour and yet it works just fabulously. Love your composition.

Victor said...

Yep, this looks very Paris...