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.

Thanks Laura.

Going to the pool via Broadway
Oh my, there it was. On the way home.
I was so excited to capture it in the frame as we drove by. It would not have been convenient to ask her to drive around the block.
Too soon

Found Furniture

So fun to turn down a one way street to try to get back to the main drag in Dormont and find this couch by the side of a building. Waiting for me. Rear view mirror check, pull to the curb. No one behind. Even better. Blinkers on. Window rolled down. Click. Like finding the hidden egg in a hunt.

Glenmore off Potomac Avenue in Dormont

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. .

You can find them almost anywhere.
Blog follower Stef says, you’d be fined if you put out a couch on the curb in Minnesota.
Can you find the couch?
And here’s one from the archives photographed in Berlin Germany 2019

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!.

Second photo. Where did the end table go?
First photo My sister always says. “Shoot it when you see it. It might be gone later”