Wordless Wednesday – Relaxing

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  1. They look pretty relaxed. Understandable, in those pleasant surroundings.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Sympatyczne miejsce 🙂

  3. Me and you in a couple of weeks?

  4. This photo sounds quiet, Sue!

  5. Yes, that would be lovely!

  6. Perfectly framed at a distance to take in the slight reflection. Good composition that gave it a peaceful feeling.

  7. It looks like a quiet paradise out of the chaos of daily life. Lovely capture Sue.

  8. Now that’s a perfect setting for solitude! 🙂

  9. I love this photo so much. For me it speaks of relaxed friendship. The way the light falls is almost sacramental and the framing by hedge and grasses and pond is … mistressly.

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