AN EMPTY BENCH

A more current photo and in our new home of Barry.

Having finally settled in our newly bought house, I decided to take a day off work to go for a wander down to The Knap and along the cliff side to see what it was all about.

It was a mostly clear day but was somewhat chilli with the sea wind blowing in my direction.

I wandered along the beach and up a huge grass verge where a path directed me past this bench.
There was no-one around and there was a small plaque on the wood in memory of someone who had passed away but obviously loved the bench and the view.

Whilst the view behind me was amazing, It was the bench that really piqued my interest this time around.

I wondered how many people walk past the bench without even catching a glimpse of the bench and decided on a photo that shows the bench as a small piece against the vast green of the verge – Totally silent and all alone.

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