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Today is Theme Day at the City Daily Photo community, a monthly event that happens the first day of every month, when all participating blogs will post a picture that relates to the theme day’s description. Today’s theme is: Wood. Click here to view thumbnails for all participants

If you feel tired after walking through the Museum of Romanian Peasant for an hour, you might feel inclined to sit down on the chairs shown in the photograph above. This wouldn’t be advisable, as you might end up being chased around by the army of attendants, who as you can see from the photograph below, have all different kinds of weapons at their disposal 🙂

  10 Responses to “Theme Day: Wood”

  1. wow, each piece of chairs and weaponry seems to be unique, at first glance, the chairs looked like chess pieces to me. ^0^
    back in the old days, who would sit in these kind of chairs? really peasants?

    funny, i posted chairs for today also, haha,same wavelength! ^0^
    yours's better though.

  2. All appear to be 'one of a kind' pieces. Very nice.

  3. That's a particularly fun and interesting collection of WOODEN chairs – perfect for today's theme day!

  4. very unique and inviting looking chairs. i feel like I always need a place to sit in museums and there are never enough places to sit. good creative choice for theme day

  5. Reminds me of an old schoolhouse. Not to worry, though, I wouldn't try to sit down in any of these…they don't look the least bit comfortable! Which may be the point – they keep you awake!

    P.S. No snow in Florida. When that happens, I will move further south! But we've had really crappy, rainy, gray, cold (45 degrees) weather the past few days!

  6. Charming chairs! I love how each one is unique, though they obviously form a harmonious group. Nicely done.

  7. I love the folk-art chairs, perfect for the "wood" theme. I wouldn't want to be chased around by those sharp pointy things, though!

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  8. Oh Andreea! I love all the wooden chairs and spears! Absolutely gorgeous! And just look at the construction of those chairs — all done in the old style: wooden dowels. Not a single piece of metal in any of them, I'm sure. What craftsmanship!

  9. That room of chairs is full of unique pieces and even the spears are wonderful. The craftsmanship of these people was amazing and probably most of them weren't even artisans, but simple peasants with a very good hand.

  10. Just look at all those chairs, what a collection! They are fantastic! Great entry inded!

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