I suppose one could describe this scene as the early stages of abandonment. Tables and chairs are stacked and ready to be placed into position for the lunch crowd -- but, this restaurant on Sanibel island moved locations about a month ago. Hard to believe this outdoor furniture was left behind. The restaurant is called Doc Ford's -- named after the fictitious character made popular by New York Times bestselling author Randy Wayne White. Before becoming a novelist, White was a fishing guide on the island. Now with many bestsellers under his belt, he owns several Doc Ford's restaurants in the area. I was happy to hear this one relocated nearby because I always enjoyed food and service. (Word has it, Randy will be at the new site in just a couple of weeks signing his latest novel "Seduced". ) To see other interpretations of this month's theme day -- abandoned -- by City Daily Photo bloggers click here.