This seat looks to have been created from driftwood and sea debris, with just enough room for two to huddle. It’s sited on the path through the dunes to Harlech Beach (see previous post). You can just glimpse the mountains of Snowdonia in the distance.
There were also some pretty interesting seats In the garden of Borthwnog Hall (where we were spending a few nights back in October). This next one takes repurposed driftwood to a new level. Perhaps a little spooky? Or made specially for dryads.
And then there was this more conventional bench in the rock garden. It caught the sun only as it was setting over the mountains above the house:
And then there was the bench with the Mawddach Estuary view:
And this was the view, and with plenty of room to perch on the wall:
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Seating for more than one
25 thoughts on “Just About Room For Two”
Now you’ve got me reminiscing on visits 5o North Wales, Tish!
Happy thoughts I’m sure 🙂
In the 1950’s, father would scour the undeveloped shores off south Florida for drift wood. He made lamps and wall hangings. They were quite intriguing.
That’s a lovely picture of your father, Carl. And there is something rather mysterious about repurposed driftwood.
I love that driftwood seat, very creative use of the wood!
I agree. It was a lovely find.
The driftwood seat is fabulous,. I’d love that in my garden. Someone should bring back a bench challenge… 🤔
I think I’ve just used up all my benches 🙂
Thanks for these, Tish. Beautiful!
All extraordinary … but rather lovely.
Thank you, Timothy.
Great and unusual seats Tish!
Many thanks, Anne.
Your first two benches have cool designs. I like your entry this week 😀 😀
Many thanks, Cee.
Love that first one, Tish. It almost looks like part of a stile.
It would be interesting to know where all the parts came from.
well I hope you sat in them all!
I had a good sit in the first one 🙂
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