A PHOTO CHALLENGE OF PLACES WE SIT…OR MIGHT SIT…OR ART ABOUT SITTING
Welcome to week 11 of the Pull up a Seat Challenge in 2021.
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It is always fun to see the variety of ideas this theme evokes.
- This and that: the next part
- Geriartri’x’ Fotogallerie
- Photos by Jez
- Zombie Flamingoes
- Lin’s Doodles
- My camera and I
- Mrs. Shecky’s Blog
- Pictures without film
- Philosophy through photography
- Messy gardener
- Now at home
- My contribution this week:
The sun was shining today and we went on an outing. This bench is at Chanticleer Point.
Chanticleer Point is a viewpoint that looks out to the Columbia Gorge.
The Columbia Gorge is a stretch of the Columbia River between Washington and Oregon states. It is known for being very windy but today it was calm. This viewpoint is on the Oregon side of the river, along the old US Highway 30, a.k.a., East Historic Columbia River Highway.