the adventures of the wishing chair

a sculpture on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv, a favourite of small children who like to climb onto it.

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4 comments on “the adventures of the wishing chair”

  1. Love the playfulness and colors of this sculpture…and how you’ve captured and processed it. Looks timeless.

  2. Love the similarity of the top of the tree to the top of the chair. The pastel or desaturated tone of the image also makes it somewhat dreamlike and unifies it. It also makes it more friendly and softens the steely objects within.

  3. I wish I could express myself like Daina. All I know is I like your style and this photograph.

  4. Thanks a lot for the comments, all much appreciated :)

    It’s actually one of the oldest boulevards in Tel Aviv – in fact, Israel’s independence was declared in a hall on this street, and now it’s a popular spot to stroll around or sit and drink endless cups of coffee.


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