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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Friday Shoot Out- Chairs

Friday Shoot Out
Theme suggested  by
Jerie Lyn

Rocking chairs 

Click on any photo for more detail.

My maternal grandfather's chair
in my house.

This one
found in an old junk store.

Antique mission chair.
Solid oak
In my friend's bedroom.

Antiqued caned seat in my friend's home.

Antique children's chairs used by the adults now for their grandchildren.

In the museum at Nazareth Campus.
Called a Counselor's chair.

Hand carved by the sisters in the 1800's for the church.

Queen Anne furniture in the parlor at the campus.

Side chair

Waiting room chairs.
No cushions?
Maybe the wait is not long.

My favorite chair in the museum.
When I worked in the hospital in the late 50's these were the type of wheerchirs that were used.
Very bulksome to deal with.

Common seat in our town.

Seats filled every Sunday.

Our own personal private hanging out seat.

My seat at Rehab by the lake.

Pick your seat and have a cuppa with me.

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Karin said...

Very interesting post - I think I'll take you up on your offer an' set a spell with a lovely cuppa of green tea! Thanks1

Jama said...

I love those Queen Ann furniture, just so beautiful! and the hanging seat in your garden is just so inviting.

Pauline said...

Oh wow! So many wonderful photos of different sort of chairs. For some reason I like the Waiting Room chairs. But I don't know why - maybe they remind me of something!

~JarieLyn~ said...

Oh, I really do love your selection of chairs. I love antiques and your antique chairs are wonderful. I also really like the victorian furniture.

The wheelchair is pretty cool, but thank goodness for newer technology.

Ann said...

The church looks beautiful for a quite wedding.

I have not seen a counsellor chair.

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

What a great selection of chair photos to show for this ShootOut! I loved the antique chairs...especially the little rockers...I have one for my Grands! Lovely shot of the church pews!

Tiffany said...

What a collection of chairs! Nice post! :)

Crystal Mary said...

Oh my, they are all so unique and beautiful. I love the old wheelchair. But really, I love them all!! Who could not???
Move over, put the kettle on, I'm coming for a cuppa..Love ya. xxx

Kim, USA said...

Lovely arrays of chairs. Great shots!

Kerry said...

Great set of chairs! I couldn't resist sitting in that counselor's chair even though it is rather confusing.On second thought maybe one of those handsome rockers would be better?

Bagman and Butler said...

I think this was one of your best shoot ever! One of these days I will start learning about chairs -- styles and things. But I can appreciate all of them. We have some children's chairs too...great stuff.

Rebecca said...

Wow you went all out and found some cool stuff!

Sarah-Paige Copeland said...

Loved the carved chairs! Their detail is amazing. And I'd love to sit in your Hanging Out Chair.

Nitty Gritty Chairs

Anonymous said...

Your grandfather’s chair is the one I will pick to have a cuppa with you. I would really love to own the Queen Ann furniture.

Doreen said...

love the hand carved chairs and the church shot. fantastic array of chairs!!