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BIG green chair – SOOC

big green chair at Rutgers Gardens
This lime green chair at Rutgers Gardens is *really* big. It has a twin facing it, too. I saw some “tiny” people sitting in the chair but didn’t get a photo of them. These sculptures must be fairly new – I don’t remember them from previous years.

For more shots straight out of the camera:
Straight Out of the Camera Sunday

Gemma@Greyscale says

Amazing size! What fun to crawl into that dramatic chair! And I don't think I have seen a chair that lime colour either! Great shot!

Jan says

Oh, I love that chair, the color is outstanding, outside in a garden. I was at work until 7:30, but I re-did Mr. Linky. It was the first time this has happened in over a year and a half.

Ilana-Davita says

Intriguing size and shape. It is quite amazing. I am sure children love to climb it, if they can.

Jenn says

I am sure everyone would like to take a seat in that massive chair. :)

It's my first time to join SOOC Sunday, my post is up HERE.

Valerie says

A few years ago at Canada Blooms in Toronto they had a huge Muskoka Chair in the display area. I had my picture taken in it. It was one of the few times I ever felt small. It was fun. Valerie

gengen says

Wow that is interesting if we have that kind of big chair here i will definitely seat. Happy SOOC Sunday.

Sherrie says

That is one big chair! Looks like a great place to sit and think. Have a great day!

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maryt/theteach says

An artful rendering of an Adirondack chair. Leora, my father built two chairs when I was young. They are the most uncomfortable chairs... Ha!

Manang Kim says

Yay! I like to see this kind of sculpture makes me think how they do it and how they paint it so evenly and beautifully. Thanks for sharing!


shydub says

Thats a very nice chair, i wonder how big that chair is. Visit mine here too

Patti says

Love love love the color!

Jew Wishes says

This is a fantastic capture of color. I love the vibrancy.


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