It was just a matter of time before someone upstaged the bottle tree.
Not an easy place to take a seat.
I wondered what a Chairy Tree was. Not quite what I expected. :)Cher Sunray Gardens
Well, that's unique. And punny.
LOL! It amazes me sometimes at the things people can come up with.This one is a good one for a great laugh.
Karin, I think dysfunctional group therapy meets there on Wednesdays! ;-)
That is a great! But that would be the pits if one fell. Sorry, long stretch for a pun...pits, like cherry~chairy pits...bah-dum-bum.
That would be the most drought tolerant plant EVER!! Does it make good pie? :o)
That's most unusual. I know one gardener in the next village up from me who would be inspired by this photo - he has all sorts of stuff displayed up poles in his garden though never a chair!
I loved it! Like chairs falling from the sky! (We could use something new from the weather.) And the birds can't eat them either.
OMG! I admit sometimes I don't understand contemporary art! :)BTW: I don't know what "meme" is...
I didn't know chairs grew on trees! One lives and learns.
Is this tree from the Windsor Family? (Windsor Chair?)Two words, "Cognitive Dissonance"I grew up in Michigan famous for it's Traverse City cherries. Imagine that tree with snow or ice covering it.Jeanette
I remember being very taken by a documentary about the Canadian artist Emily Carr. She was slightly eccentric and hung her chairs up in the house... hanging them up in a tree is the next artistic step...
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