Silent Sunday : 07/05/2017



  1. Wonderfully atmospheric, and work being done in a meaningful way. I long for an office so purposefully neat. I try, but I seem to be an obsessive compulsive mess-making sort of person.

    • Sue

      Ah, but would you want dim lighting and cold conditions? This is a re-creation in one of the restored huts at Bletchley Park -the girl isn’t really there, she’s an image projected onto the wall!

      • That’s fascinating. I wondered if the girl was really there. But you’re right. I wouldn’t like cold – although creatively speaking, the cocoon effect of the dimness rather appeals – if only in theory. The whole image suggests covert/dedicated intention – other notions I’d like to live up to 🙂

      • Sue

        Well, it was dedicated operations alright, breaking those Enigma codes!

  2. I like your coat Sue! 😉

    • Sue

      Haha, it’s not me…but you might know where this is? This is a re-creation in one of the restored huts at Bletchley Park -the girl isn’t really there, she’s an image projected onto the wall!

  3. That had me fooled, I thought she was in the room! Packed with atmosphere, and I for one would be prepared to accept that it was taken in 1943. Love it.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. I thought it was a clip from an old Hitchcock film, interesting to discover its true origin.

  5. The atmosphere is perfect for an old film…

    • Sue

      Thanks, Anna! Glad you think so….it was so dark in that hut, and I don’t use flash, so it was quite a challenge…..

  6. You’ve been busy today! Almost missed this one, but I love it. Now which film does it remind me of? 🙂 🙂

  7. You know what intrigues me most? The emptiness of the chair. That was before I realised the woman was a projection. It really is atmosphere plus you’ve caught.

    • Sue

      Thanks, Meg – it was a devil to create, because in colour it looked really odd, and also the projected image meant the woman’s face was way too light – I had to dodge that part of the image, but it still looks unreal in a larger size than the one on this blog….challenges, eh??

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