travel theme: benches

Saturday, April 13: Ailsa of Where’s my backpack? has challenged us this week to come up with some benches.  She writes: Every park bench has a story to tell and when I see one, I can’t help dreaming up a history; a first date, a stolen kiss perhaps, an argument, tearful goodbyes, old friends laughing, children feeding birds or a couple sharing a picnic.

a bench that represented loneliness on my travels in Athens, Greece

a bench that represented loneliness on my travels in Athens, Greece

a bench in Athens, Greece

a bench in Athens, Greece

a bench in a park in Athens, Greece

a bench in a park in Athens, Greece

a bench wrapped around a tree in Athens, Greece

a bench wrapped around a tree in Athens, Greece

benches in Gayasan, South Korea

benches in Gayasan, South Korea

benches set up around a potential campfire in Deep Creek Lake, Maryland

benches set up around a potential campfire in Deep Creek Lake, Maryland

a bench in the neighborhood of my youth, Marlbank, in Yorktown, Virginia

a bench in the neighborhood of my youth, Marlbank, in Yorktown, Virginia

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