Silent Sunday: 11/06/2017



  1. Beautiful image Sue. It definitely has a silent, and sad, feel to it

  2. I still have things like that in my house!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. I wondered if this was one of your still life creations of family memorabilia at first, so I can see where Pete is coming from.

  4. You have done a still life. You arranged where to photograph from, and you spotted the possibilities in the first place. However I’ll be very happy to see more that you’ve arranged yourself. You have a knack I lack.

    • Sue

      Ah, you are too kind, Meg…this image lacks sharpness… Anyway, I am intending to have a go at some more Still Lifes of my own creation…time to get creative. I like the rhythm of your last sentence….

  5. I stand corrected- two good images from the experience, and probably many more. Put the kettle on, Sue 🙂 🙂

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