Mazatlán is Paradise
Oh my! That is a gorgeous bench. And the green matches the leaves behind it. It looks practically new.
Gorgeous bench, beautiful green - just right. And lovely tiles too. Don't forget 'fanny' has a ruder connotation to Brits! ;)Tomato, tomatoe...
Jilly, My goodness, but one does learn many things about cultural differences when blogging. Thanks for the tip; I changed the title!
Just read Jilly's comment :)I'd like a bench like that for my garden..solid, nice lines..do they deliver?Angela
matches the green in the background!
ooh I missed your earlier ruder title [wouldn't have know without your reply to jilly!]like everyone else i think the green colour fits in lovely with the scene, black or white would be OK but blue, red or yellow would probably seem garish and out of place.
looks very pretty...!!!
that's so bright! maked me want to sit on it. :)
It is obvious there is much pride in this town. Street furniture well presented is a delight. Nice photo
It's really a lovely, artistical bench but the question... Ehm... is: is it so comfortable for our back? It doesn't seem.
This is just lovely! Green is my favorite color. It's nice to see such attention to detail and beauty.
Oh my, I really like this bench! Very pretty and I love its color.
You almost had an x rated post today Kate!Beautiful looking bench - why do the ones here have to be so blah? Bring on the bright green paint!
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