Silent Sunday: 16/10/2016

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18 comments

  1. Love Andalucía …and all your photos!

  2. Almost an abstract with all those lines and shapes. A great colour scheme too, and a little bit of nascent dilapidation.

  3. Looks so warm and joyful. Happy day!

  4. Lovely impact from the flowers against the white buildings and blue sky. Classic Spanish delight!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. Bougainvillea and a blue sky has to be a winner!

  6. Sunny Spain! Cordoba? Aren’t the patios exquisite, Sue? 🙂

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