One / 61 : Calm

The atrium of an hotel in Cordoba – all lush greenery and a calming place to sit:

Calm

Calm

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28 comments

  1. Oh, yes, somewhere green and lush and maybe with the sound of a fountain and birdsong. Peace and quiet. I love an oasis like this.

  2. Looks like an ideal place to rest and ponder, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. I’d be happy to park my bum there, Sue 🙂 Good Saturday?

  4. Imagine such a *calm place just the job after a day out exploring . Lovely Sue .

  5. This is a fabulous photo, sue. Thanls you!

  6. Lovely and very calming indeed Sue!

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  8. I love this type of calm. Thank you, Sue!

  9. Oh, I’ll sit there anytime! Another great One, and different from other ones.

  10. Looks like a cool and relaxing spot Sue.

  11. there is something magical in a scene through an arched doorway! Beautiful as always Sue!

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