Silent Sunday ; 02/04/2017

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28 comments

  1. Faced with that view, I would be silent too. Lovely shot, Sue, and very nice to see you back in the world of blogging.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Are you there now, Sue? So glad you are back again to blogging! My favourite islands – sending both you and the Azores my love!

  3. Welcome back Sue! I hope you have had a good break and feel refreshed.

    And that’s a great post to return with – a beautiful place and a fantastic capture.

  4. Hello my dear, it’s lovely to see you, I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s missed you 😊 hope you’re doing ok!

    • Sue

      Hi Gilly! Thanks for your lovely comment, I’m doing OK, thanks, but not as well as I would like considering the amount of rest I’ve had! Anyway, I shall take it relatively easy on the blogging front, but it’s good to be back….

  5. Long time no see….Welcome back dear Sue!

  6. Whenever I see a photo or hear of the Azores, I think of the poem “Columbus” (http://www.yourdailypoem.com/listpoem.jsp?poem_id=1621) which begins, “Behind him lay the grey Azores.” Thanks for a great memory and a picture to put with it.

    janet

  7. Lovely to see you again, Sue, but, yes indeed – so much more important to take care of the eyes.

  8. Oh, wow! Have you just been there? What a view! Looks like a lake inside the crater of a volcanoe (now you are going to tell me that it is!)
    Welcome back Sue, hope you are feeling rested.

  9. wonderful landscape, I wish I could be there now in the sun at the sea, Sue, kind regards Mitza

  10. So that’s where you were hiding out! A great choice, and a photo, perfect but outside your usual style.

    • Sue

      I was hiding out by the previous image, then about 10 days later, this one! And agreed, this one isn’t my usual style 😀😔

  11. Oh wow. This is a stunning view Sue.

  12. You deliberately sneaked this one in when I wasn’t here! 🙂 🙂 I’m desperate to go to the Azores, but don’t tell anybody.

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