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in front of all this beauty

A lighthouse up the hill behind me, and the north Atlantic way down there, shrouded in the fog. It was lovely.

Cape Forchu Lighthouse
Cape Forchu, Nova Scotia
photographed 8.3.2015

A secret meeting in the forest

I am not sure why a bunch of chairs needed to convene a meeting, but they did.

Two Harbors, Minnesota
photographed 9.26.2019

Chairs, guarding the door

Perhaps this was an homage to the barricade scene in Les Misérables?

Or, maybe it was just a couple of chairs.

Paris
photographed 6.9.2017

Imprisoned

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Of course I thought of Ashley over at Syncopated Eyeball when I saw these chairs. (Go look around at her blog if you want to know why.)

But anyway, I can’t decide if downtown Lubbock is safer now, with those chairs all locked up, or if more sinister forces – specifically the standing desk contingent – are behind this.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.6.2016

A five-member herd

052015

I drive this highway every day on my way to work. It’s not a very exciting trip, most of the time – just 30 miles or so of mostly straight 4-lane highway. Sure, it curves a couple of times, and the speed limit drops through the little town of Smyer.

A few months ago I started to notice the chairs outside the fence of a junkyard that’s along the way. Sometimes there are two or three, other times there are as many as five. Sometimes they face each other, sometimes the highway, and sometimes one or two of them are on their side. I always look when I go by; it gives me something to do.

Toward the end of last week, I noticed the chair census had grown from two all the way to five. So on Saturday morning, I took a drive out that way to make a portrait of the herd of chairs.

Highway 114
Hockley County, Texas
photographed 5.9.2015

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