If you browse through any explorers photo-stream you will undoubtedly come across the lonely chair. The majority of explores have them in one shape or another. An old Asylum will somewhere have a broken down, decaying wheelchair. Hospitals will have some sort of operating chair, a dentist chair perhaps. Whatever shape or form they come in you can guarantee an explorer has photographed it, and I am no different.

As the title says, it’s a cliché but at the same time a classic. All these chairs are some indication of occupancy. The wheelchair would have had someone in it being pushed, the dentist chair would ( if it was me ) have a screaming patient squirming in it.

…and last but by no means least one of my all time fav “Urbex” shots

As long as there is a forlorn chair cast aside in the depths of these dilapidated buildings , there is a shot waiting to go on my photostream.

This post is dedicated to my urbex buddy “Shando”, enjoy dude!!

Critical Out!

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Comments
  1. fernbank :-) Dan says:

    dude, some awesome chairs here mate, nice work 🙂

  2. Monolithe says:

    perfect set dude !

  3. Great set of shots.The dentist chair could put someone off ever going to the dentist again! Very scary. If I had to have a favourite it would be fourth from the top. It’s really well captured and probably the least cliched. Thanks for sharing. Best wishes, PC

  4. Shando says:

    Twat hahahaha your lonely chair shots are exceptional G, this demonstrates my point exactly in that the vast majority of lonely chair shots out there aren’t, it’s the difference between seeing a chair and thinking about the light and not thinking about the light 😉

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