Street / 15

Perhaps not strictly speaking Street, but I think it fits the theme… seen reading the morning paper

Morning paper

Morning paper



  1. what a beautiful spot to read the paper!!

  2. Well it’s in a park Sue, but you presumably have to walk along a street to get into it! Job done…
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. FAB image, Sue …. and I love the angle you have in it. Even if it’s very green in the park you have capture the chill. Excellent. Like it very much.

    • Thanks Wivi! Glad you like it…..the angle is because I was sitting with my tea in the cosy café, and took this through the window! No cold for me!

  4. Forgotten to say … have a great weekend. We are suppose to get snow.

  5. Silly you! It’s perfect for the bench theme 🙂

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