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Seen in Barga, Tuscany (a favourite hill-top
town as it's a bit bigger than most of the
hill-tops around, and you can get lunch
there). The municipal authorities obviously
take pride in their town, as it's meticulously
looked after - perhaps its strong links with
Scotland helps, although come to think of it
that doesn't necessarily follow (take a look at
Motherwell). This bench would have been
funnier had it been on a slant itself, or
prettier with a more attractive background,
but I forebore from 'improving' the concrete
as it's one of my wife's favourite pictures of
mine. She likes its simplicity and quirkyness.
For me, I feel it lacks something, as is the
case with a few others of my pictures -
perhaps a lost shoe underneath the bench, or
an elderly lady resting awhile, or even a
pigeon perched on one of the arms...
Seen in Barga, Tuscany (a favourite hill-top town as it's a bit bigger than most of the
hill-tops around, and you can get lunch there). The municipal authorities obviously take
pride in their town, as it's meticulously looked after - perhaps its strong links with
Scotland helps, although come to think of it that doesn't necessarily follow (take a look at
Motherwell). This bench would have been funnier had it been on a slant itself, or
prettier with a more attractive background, but I forebore from 'improving' the concrete
as it's one of my wife's favourite pictures of mine. She likes its simplicity and quirkyness.
For me, I feel it lacks something, as is the case with a few others of my pictures - perhaps
a lost shoe underneath the bench, or an elderly lady resting awhile, or even a pigeon
perched on one of the arms...
Seen in Barga, Tuscany (a favourite hill-top
town as it's a bit bigger than most of the
hill-tops around, and you can get lunch
there). The municipal authorities obviously
take pride in their town, as it's meticulously
looked after - perhaps its strong links with
Scotland helps, although come to think of it
that doesn't necessarily follow (take a look at
Motherwell). This bench would have been
funnier had it been on a slant itself, or
prettier with a more attractive background,
but I forebore from 'improving' the concrete
as it's one of my wife's favourite pictures of
mine. She likes its simplicity and quirkyness.
For me, I feel it lacks something, as is the
case with a few others of my pictures -
perhaps a lost shoe underneath the bench, or
an elderly lady resting awhile, or even a
pigeon perched on one of the arms...

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Seen in Barga, Tuscany (a favourite hill-top town as it's a bit bigger than most of the hill-tops around, and you can get lunch there).  The municipal authorities obviously take pride in their town, as it's meticulously looked after - perhaps its strong links with Scotland helps, although come to think of it that doesn't necessarily follow (take a look at Motherwell).  This bench would have been funnier had it been on a slant itself, or prettier with a more attractive background, but I forebore from 'improving' the concrete as it's one of my wife's favourite pictures of mine. She likes its simplicity and quirkyness. For me, I feel it lacks something, as is the case with a few others of my pictures - perhaps a lost shoe underneath the bench, or an elderly lady resting awhile, or even a pigeon perched on one of the arms...
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