Yet another post about the Adirondack chairs placed along our public waterfront – someone put them out here, and everyone leaves them alone, except for sitting.
This is the chair on the rocks at the end of Harling Point which I have featured before. It often has someone sitting in it. When I took this photo the sunset was pretty much done, the painter that I featured the other day was wrapping up just over to the right and it was really quite chilly.
Can you imagine a better place to sit and watch a sunset, ships slipping past, sea lions cruising for fish, ghosts rising from the cemetery? Or, to stare at your iPhone? Strange thing, but I have seen people of all ages reading here, even when its cold, but never noticed someone poring over their electronic gadgets at this spot. Maybe the view puts our toys into some kind of perspective, and they go in pockets. Maybe its the kind of place we seek out to put the busy parts of our lives behind us.
Canon EOS 5D Mkii, Nikkor-N Auto 24mm/f2.8 lens, ISO100, f2.8, 1/25th second.