Is that a gibbet I see?

It’s actually a a giant’s chair, apparently. No ghoulish hangman’s scene, thankfully….seen at Wisley RHS garden

Linked to Six Word Saturday at. Debbie’s here


  1. What a grizzly thought! Happy Saturday, Sue! Love the shot 🙂 🙂

  2. Of course it’s a giant’s chair. What made you think of anything else?! I hope you had a good time there, Sue

    • Sue

      It’s called an overactive imagination with the placement of the figures! I had a good time with my friend Sal, but the weather wasn’t great, sadly , as it had been expected to be the best day of the week 🙁

  3. Gibet didn’t immediately register. What is a gibet? Something to do with fowls?… I saw the picture and I didn’t even have to read your text – I saw exactly what you meant. 🙂

  4. Doesn’t look a very comfy seat!

  5. Ah, where the Henry Moore sculpture used to be.

  6. Be nice if you could climb up and sit on it. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  7. Right place Right time Great photo and interpretation 🙂

  8. I’m so glad the person walked away safely! Great shot, Sue, and I hope your imagination doesn’t give you more frightful moments this weekend. 😉

  9. Now that is a chair. This is a terrific photo. It was sure fun talking this morning/evening 😀

  10. 🙂 I do know what a gibbet is but with so many people having turkey for Thanksgiving, “giblet” sprang to mind. Hee, hee.


  11. One of these once in Warsaw competing with Stalin’s Gift. It does very funny things to your sense of scale

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