It can't be wear and tear after only two years, so it must be one of the first two.
What a pity they didn't remove it instead of making it into an eyesore.
Very creative photo, Gerald ~ You turned it into beauty!artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)
LOL! I've never seen a traffic cone used like that!
I love this photo, it made me chuckle but it's a shame that the bench has been ruined like that.Diana
I don't know...I was wondering why they had to tape it off like that? Maybe to make it more visible?
It looks a lot safer now! Tom The Backroads Traveller
maybe it had a weight limit that someone didn't know about ;)
Interesting use of a traffic cone. Poor bench. Hope it gets repaired soon. I t was a nice looking bench when it was new. Thanks for linking up!
Very well spotted! The parallel lines are great for a composition, and there is lots of humour in this one.
Sadly I fear it might be the former, although it does look it has taken a bit of a battering over the years!Wren x
not much good for sitting on now.
hahhaaa....an orange cone....what a neat idea someone had. I've never seen one used like that, but I love it. :)
They certainly were creative with this! Excellent capture.