Bench Series- Great place to sit on a bench!

Here’s my final October bench for Jude’s Occupied benches. Rather a fine place to sit, don’t you think? This one was spotted at Caleta de Famara on Lanzarote last month.

Great place to sit on a bench

Great place for a bench

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30 comments

  1. Just missing a nice glass of red wine…
    (Is he English? Socks with shoes and shorts!)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Yes, a great place to sit and nod off. 🙂

  3. A fine spot Sue, my sort of place, I have been to a fish restaurant in Caleta de Famara or at least I think I have – it was in 1994.

  4. My sort of bench 🙂 🙂 There’s just space.

  5. Squeeze up Jo, I’m happy to sit in the shade too…

  6. You captured such a fabulous bit of time; love the wonderful light and the solitude.

  7. I could do with a few more people to watch but it looks pretty good to me!

  8. indeed, looks like a great place to relax!

  9. Yes, the socks were the first thing that caught my eye. Well, after the boats and beach and bench….

  10. Looks like a nice place town to be i — although rather than sitting on the bench, I’d more likely be walking along the beach eating an ice cream cone.

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  12. Very relaxing – in the shadow – that’s my place.

  13. At this time of the year, at least where I am, with much darkness and rain, this photos makes me long for a different time and a different place. What a place to be! You have captured its feeling of serenity and calmness.

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