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Neglected Structures & Overgrown Places #13 — In Memory of a Computer Addict D:

Garden Chair & Computer Monitor

The green chair has sat in front of this garage door for the last year, but the computer screen has only just appeared on the scene.

I haven’t worked out if there is some symbolism attached to the arrangement, as reflected in the title of this post, or random dumping. On the other hand, maybe it’s yet another Still Life of Junk as in last Thursday’s post.

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12 thoughts on “Neglected Structures & Overgrown Places #13 — In Memory of a Computer Addict D:

  1. Maybe they gave up the chair and the computer was too uncomfortable to work on without the chair. 🙂

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  2. It’s the disposable age. Cheaper to buy new stuff now than to get the old stuff fixed. My mother (83) still owns many items she’s had all her adult life.

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    • Sad really, the way that most the majority of things are constructed with planned obsolescence in mind.

      I’m glad to say that my husband still gets plenty of furniture coming into his workshop to restore, as there are loads of old people living in the town who still value these original pieces.

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  3. I find this pic quite creepy, especially as you say that the chair has been there for a year. I’m wondering if there’s a connection between the chair and the computer. 😕 Maybe you have the bones of a short story here. 🙂


  4. hmmmmm this one is quite the puzzler…. 😕


  5. Out with the old, in with the new ever-changing technology!


  6. Looks like the computer user disappeared in a puff of smoke 🙂

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  7. the two subjects in your previous post could sit there and watch tv!!

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