Silent Sunday – Blowing in the breeze




  1. The light in this one…is like waking up a summer morning to an open window with the white lace curtain swaying in the breeze…

  2. Was there a breeze? if so you managed to freeze it well!

  3. Nice blurred background, Sue. One of your ‘signatures.’
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. very beautiful photo, Sue, hope you are fine, kind regards Mitza

  5. eine gute Woche wünsche ich

  6. A lovely photo, full of peace and quiet. I love the simplicity of the composition and the almost monochromatic colour palette.

  7. such light and peace in this!

  8. Wistful… fragile… love it 🙂

  9. Beautiful tone, texture and detail. I love that soft bokeh.

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