One / 210

Well, this is, effectively One / 209 from St Dunstan revisited, or rather taken from a different POV. I prefer the window at the back in this version, and the archway, but I had to walk down some steps to get the image, and the result took quite a bit of straightening!

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19 comments

  1. Well, hmmmmm… Symmetry or asymmetry? That is the question.

  2. That person looks a little peppier and less contemplative. I would like to see the photo with no person to see how I respond to the window in a window aspect.

    • Sue

      Ah, well, I didn’t take any minus person – when I return I shall have to rectify that! But to me, the window with foliage behind is preferable to that with the bland buillding

  3. I like it. Of course a photo looking contemplative and unaware of the photocher would be the clincher but what are the odds?

  4. Tish sent me. So glad she did.

  5. A ‘sitting one’. You usually catch them walking. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. A pleasing image, Sue. The person looks very comfy there. 😅

  7. I’ll swap Seaton D for this, what a lovely place, I like the framing of the person.

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