As Autumn Approaches

What better Bench to start of my October collection than a stunning photograph Tweeted by @fellpics a simple Bench with a first class view of the Arrochar Alps on the Cowan Peninsula. I hope someone sends me the same photograph when it’s all covered in snow.

Looking down the old valley road from the famous viewpoint ‘Rest And Be Thankful’ which divides Glen Kinglas from Glen Croe. #Getoutside 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿✨Tek Care🐾

Fountains Abbey

How about this stunning Dragons tail Bench I found when visiting Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden just outside of Ripon, North Yorkshire. If your ever passing this knock of the woods it’s well worth paying a visit and if you want to find out further information why not check out thier Website at

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/fountains-abbey-and-studley-royal-water-garden

Bathing in the Sunshine

I love the Orkneys

How about this spectacular view taken and Tweeted by @happyremotehome of a Bench on the uninhabited island of Bough of Birsay. The island is situated approximately 13 miles north of Stromness on Orkney. Definitely one for my bucket list.

Pass me a book and a flask of Yorkshire Tea

A Weather Watchers Sunset Bench

Liam Ball is a BBC Weather Watcher and when I get sent a Bench from Liam it’s alway of the highest quality and this one is right up there with the best. This early morning shot is of a Bench in Swinefleet, East Yorkshire.

Thank you Liam @Liam_Ball92

Front Row Seats for the greatest show on earth

Through the Square window

A Trip out to Tantallon Castle today and this Bench was spotted through the square window by Alan Ferrell and what a gentleman he is because he posted it to @MyFaveBench on Twitter for us all to admire.

Thanks Alan @AlanFerrol

Can you see me?

Damp & Misty

Roger thought this bench seemed a bit lonely today in the gloom above Baslow. I think it was just enjoying the peace and quite. What do you think 😀

Play mist for me

Thank you for taking the time to check out some of our latest Benches. Please leave a comment to tell me what you think.

Paul

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