by Ruth Categories: PhotographyTags: city scene, couch, dumpster, Furniture, garbage, neighborhood, photography, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA, postaday, Strip District 5 Comments
One More for the Collection
You know I couldn’t resist pulling over, parking my car, getting out and photographing the loveseat/couch.
The rain had stopped. I was on Penn Avenue just past Children’s Hospital and I saw it. It’s not like I’m driving around the city looking for discarded furniture. It’s just there!
Mary always says, take the pic when you see it as later it might be gone. Good advice.
Ecru Couch Going and Coming
Another one for the collection. Garbage collection.
Laura was driving. I sat in the back seat on the left side on the way to the pool.
On the way home I sat in the passenger front seat. It was quick as she drove by.
I’d rolled the windows down.
I’d spotted the discarded couch earlier that afternoon but there was no place safe to take the shot. I knew we were going to drive that direction later d was hoping the garbage truck didn’t get there first.
Yes, It’s Velvet!
Here, There and Everywhere
You know I’ll drive around the block to photograph an abandoned couch or chair.
A toilet or two. More images for the collection.
These two pieces of furniture were found in a single day as I was driving through Connecticut on Wednesday September 29th. .
Bus Stop Seating ?
Where Did the End Table Go?
I was picking up a quilt in a Wexford neighborhood and saw this furniture out in front of a house. You remember how I like to photograph what’s left at the curb. I pulled over and tried to get a photo but it was tight so I thought, “I’ll pick up the quilt, then drive back this same way and shoot it on the way home.” But someone scooped the end table before I got back!.
3 Curb Finds Friday Night
We are in our way to Silver Eye Center for Photography and in a half block there were three discarded pieces of furniture.
Couch Cushion Search With Flashlight
Couch cushion search by Charlie with Flashlight photographed January 3 in Ohio.
Becky B’s #JanuaryLight. Challenge