Take a seat and enjoy the comfort of your chair.
Read a book or meditate, enjoy the moment or reflect on your day. Your chair is your comfort zone.
As chairs have so many purposes in every culture and life.
So lean back and enjoy the show.
Chairs are a necessity in our life ….
…. sitting straight….
Ranakpur, India, Temple chair
…. in silence….
Italy, Trasimeno Lake
…or relaxing moments…
…. for Love…
Udaipur, India , Palace chair
…. or culture..
Wedding chair, California
….for doggies to pose….
Buddhist Center Los Angeles
…. or meditation….
Dalai Lama’s chairs at his 80t birthday, Los Angeles ceremony
… for celebration…
Sweden, Stockholm on the ship
…. enjoying a view..
Germany Munich, a beer garden closed
Tuk Tuk, India, Udaipur
… a ride in an ancient Riksha..
Delhi India, lunch time
…. enjoying lunch time…
Wedding chairs in Germany in a church
…. Love connects…
Catalina Island, California
… too early for a seat…
Cat nap chair
….purring loud to the tunes …
A chair made of broken tiles at the Disney Hall of Concert in Los Angeles
… a beautiful contribution….
New York City Library
….the digital age instead of books….
Los Angeles Farmers Market
…. a blast of colorful chairs…
Beach chairs, Italy
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I pulled up my office chair to sit in front of my computer to enjoy your wonderful selection of chairs that you have taken over the years! Love them and how fun!
I’m sure your office chair is most comfortable, Judi, what an honor having been part of your morning. Thank you and much Love.
What a splendid idea to pay homage to the humble piece of furniture called chair, Cornelia! On it we lean back not just to relaxe and read a book as your post so nicely shows, but also to do our blogging. I hope you had a very pleasant weekend, Cornelia.
Yes Peter , we also do our blogging. Thank you for your most welcome comment. Indeed I had a splendid long weekend, since it was Labor Day today. Wish you a great week with Biene.
Very interesting. I looked at chairs in a new way after reading the book The Chair: Rethinking Culture, Body, and Design by Galen Cranz, now I’m looking at them in even more ways, thank you!
Thank you Andrew for stopping by.