Silent Sunday – Spring light


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  1. Perfect for Easter Sue, and the light is very good too!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Gorgeous early morning scene. The light is really perfect, Sue. 🙂

  3. Beautiful job, Sue. The light was great indeed!

  4. Really pretty, the daffodils look like they are awakening from the winter sleep

  5. Yes, it’s a lovely light!

  6. you caught the atmosphere so well, stunning picture

  7. That is just beautiful!

  8. So peaceful and silent, Sue.

  9. Lovely light – and lanterns everywhere…!

  10. Delicious, isn’t it? Off out to enjoy soon 🙂

  11. It looks like just the place to walk and listen to the echo of our own steps.

  12. Such a pretty sight seeing those daffodils dancing in the light.

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