Silent Sunday: 09/07/2017



  1. I wish I captured this pic, myself……
    Love this!

  2. Lovely capture, Sue ….

  3. If not for the kettle barbecue and modern padlock, this could easily have been taken a long time ago.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Yes,the open door works well Sue. And a perfect shot for silent sunday

  5. We saw lots of these roses in France. They’re lovely and really make a house look wonderful. I like your perspective on this one.


  6. beautiful photo, exactly my taste, Sue

  7. Pretty is the word, and Gilly’s provided a great pairing.

  8. Very nice. Where about in Sweden is this, Sue?

  9. Nice angle. Like the cropping of the door.

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