Silent Sunday: 15/01/2016




  1. Silent – and peaceful too. And outside!! So long since I’ve been there.

  2. Just ten years ago? this looks like a much older photo.

  3. I wonder how much it has changed.

  4. I agree that the photo looks much older. But in a good way, as it appeals to me a great deal.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. There is something timeless over this… of course Cuba with an analogue camera makes it look like timetravel.

  6. Cuba…fascinating! Never been, but would love to. This photo seems ageless to me, I couldn’t even hazard a guess as to when it was taken, a great skill you have Sue 🙂

  7. I like the vintage look in your analogue photograph. Looks great with a human figure in the left.

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