Silent Sunday: 09/10/2016

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26 comments

  1. I love the mix of the traditional, the ancient and the modern in this photo Sue. A story to tell! 🙂

  2. Pairs of twos? And early morning served you well. Would this have been crowded later? I like the long lead-up of paving. I look forward to more Spain.

  3. You’re just back? I’m looking forward to seeing more then. 🙂

  4. So atmospheric. I love the delicate light.

  5. A lovely month of year for your holiday Sue … with less crowds and the searing heat diminished it seems you’ve had a very fruitful photography trip . Out for the light and you got it 🙂

    • Sue

      It was actually still very warm – 34C and as a result more crowded than expected at that time of year! The Mesquita was seriously crowded

      • 34C ! Best to venture out early then 🙂 We’ve a trip to the Algarve next week, much sun but temperatures much less I gather . Fine by me 🙂 You’re going to busy looking through your travel haul Sue , fantastic to hear it went so well !

      • Sue

        Early was definitely good…but we did also go out when it was hot, but stayed on the shady side of the street, or went for coffee/lunch!

  6. Such lovely morning light and an interesting impression.

  7. I have only ever been to the north of Spain. Must try to see more of that Moorish influence in the south.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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