Silent Sunday: 11/09/2016

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21 comments

  1. I really would like to be in that garden

  2. A lot of lovely triangles in this composition – and another “one”. Hello from very noisy Sunday here, although there’ sudden silence right now as the mob goes out to drink beer by the river.

  3. I wonder what’s on the other side of that opening?
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Reminds me of Jude’s OH. No worries- my mind works in peculiar ways 🙂 And I like the shot very much, Sue. Hope you’ve had a good weekend?

    • Sue

      I’ve had a great weekend, Jo – went into Reigate caves yesterday morning. They are only open 5 days per year and I have intended to try and get there one day. A friend wanted to go, so yesterday we went, and vey good it was. Part of the cave was used in the last war as an air raid shelter, and there is a section of the cave which tells the story.
      Hope you had a good weekend, Jo!

  5. Reminds me of a grotto of the Blessed Mother we used to have at the Catholic girls high school I went to. We used to sneak behind it to smoke cigarettes back in the day. Oh dear.

  6. Pat

    Wonderful image for a Silent Sunday. He seems to be meditating – but that is probably my projection as that is what I would do if I was on his seat.

  7. What a cool image Sue, it seems t’s just me that finds it rather strange. The stone structure looks to be perched on top on a huge flower bed!

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