Another fatastic minimalistic picture! 🙂
Thanks, Pit! The snow makes minimalists of us all.
“The snow makes minimalists of us all.” That should be in a book of quotations about photography, or art more generally.
A lonely bench on a snowy hill, what could express better the mood of solitude?! Great photo, Robert!
Thank you, Peter.
A minimalist benchmark.
You should have sat on it!
I’d probably have stuck and turned into an ice sculpture!
for me a bench needs a back otherwise it’s just a step stool, a place to tie my shoelaces. There’s officially no snow here, the last tiny dirty little pile in our backyard melted, yesterday. This picture will have to suffice, for me. Do you go for a lot of walks out in the snow? I’m trying to think of how I would get any exercise if I lived in Milwaukee or Michigan. One of my little sisters got a treadmill and she stuck it in the garage of her townhouse but it’s so cold out there, they have to put blankets and space heaters on it. It seems like they’d be better off just jogging through the snow drifts, they could even do some freezy up downs Happy Tuesday, Robert.
Happy Tuesday to you
I agree, benches need backrests. It’s been too cold to get out much lately so I spent most of the past two weeks holed up inside. It’s a balmy 44 today.
The treadmill seems like a good idea, I’ve been walking the stairs in my apartment
If you hadn’t said ‘bench,’ I think I might have seen the top of a ranch gate. If it had been curved upward a bit on the ends, it could have been a Japanese shrine like this.
A title for it as a snow bench? How about “Sitting on top of the World”?
Yes! good title, top of the world = North Pole!
It does look a bit like a miniature shrine, doesn’t it. For very short people.
I was thinking the same as Linda. A Shinto atop the hill. Nicely seen, Robert.
I like the upward angle and that overcast sky, Robert. 🙂
Thank you, Lynn. These three snowy shots were all the same place, a disc golf course. But surprisingly, not a soul was playing that day. 🙂
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