Monochrome Cees Black & White Challenge CB&W Empty seating

Empty Seating.

Where would you like to sit?

 

At Ruskin’s View in Kirkby Lonsdale? :

monochrome Ruskin's View, empty chairs
Ruskin’s View ©HelenBushe

 

In a  narrow street in Lisbon’s Alfama district?

You’ll have to wait as they haven’t opened up yet :

Monochrome Cees Black & White Challenge CB&W Empty seating
Street in Alfama ©HelenBushe

 

Perhaps you’d like a beer at a country pub in the Lake District? …..

Monochrome Cees Black & White Challenge CB&W Empty seating
Country Pub ©HelenBushe

 

………or maybe coffee and cake at the Wolfhouse Gallery Coffeeshop? :

Monochrome Cees Black & White Challenge CB&W Empty seating
Coffee Shop ©HelenBushe

 

There’s a couple of empty chairs in the stairwell in our local museum……

Monochrome Cees Black & White Challenge CB&W Empty seating
Harris Museum ©HelenBushe

 

……or if you need some shade from the midday sun, there’s an empty bench here under a tree in a Lisbon Park:

Monochrome Cees Black & White Challenge CB&W Empty seating
Lisbon Park ©HelenBushe

 

How about resting on this bench outside a 17th century cottage in Seatoller?………

Monochrome Cees Black & White Challenge CB&W Empty seating
Seatoller ©HelenBushe

 

……..or dry the raindrops off a chair before you sit down here in the gardens of Lytham Hall:

Monochrome Cees Black & White Challenge CB&W Empty seating
Lytham Hall ©HelenBushe

I wonder which one you’d choose. I’d like to know.

This selection of “Empty Seating'”  was inspired by Cee’s Black & White Challenge this week: Any Kind of Tables and Chairs

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