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I get very peaceful feelings looking at this, Sue. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
So did I, Pete, when wandering about this place….I shall be returning!
Symmetrical asymmetry one again.
Indeed! I love not-quite repeating patterns!
I see not quite repeating patterns as a repeating pattern in your photography. 😉
Peaceful! As am I, in the evening sun. Portuguese lesson over. Just supper to cook… in a while 💕
A lovely image, Sue.
Do you know St Dunstan in the East? A tranquil place….
I’ve just looked it up to see where it is. I must have walked past it at some time, but never spotted it! Sounds like it is worth seeking out
It most definitely is, Andy!
Love this one, Sue – ♥
I thought you might! This is my new favourite place In London
Haven’t been there – must go next visit!
Well, you need to tell me when you are next in London, and we’ll both go to St Dunstan in the East!
Yay! Cannot say when though. But I will!