Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Would love that in my yard!
Wow, this is a beautiful old bench, but not very comfortable, so as it is here...
With just a little -- well, probably a lot-- of TLC, this looks like to could become a gem.
It's pretty. I think it will find a new home soon.
The bench is lovely, but I guess that something must be missing...
it is a pretty one!
Beautiful old bench! Rustolium to the rescue!
This would be worth the effort to clean it up! Beautiful old bench!! Great shot for the day, Lois, as always!!
It's quite neat! Just the right thing for a garden.
I agree with RR Lois, a little love and a pretty cushion and this bench would be really lovely in a garden.. what a find!
Well, if it's for sale, it ain't rubbish. That's for sure.
That bench is quite ornate. I bet it would paint up nicely and look lovely in someone's yard.
It certainly is an attractive piece, but I think more for looking at than sitting on! :)
looks very old.So beautiful, but delicate and not very comfy
It's a beauty, Lois!
How nice that would look on a patio or even in the yard, with a little love and tender care.
This would work, out in a garden.
oh I think some paint of some kind would look nice on it. Love the back rest of it.
what a gem. did you buy it.
What an ornate piece of metalwork!!! I love all the curliques!!! And the shadows!
that is pretty, but a little uncomfortable!
Such a fancy bench. I like it.
Fancy dancy! A coat of paint and a pretty cushion and I would put it on my porch! I'm so sorry for not getting around sooner. It's been a sad week with a death in our family. Not much time for blogging.
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