13 comments on “Silent Sunday

    • I don’t think I’ve been to Petworth since my college days in Godalming! It was one of the places you really needed to visit if you were studying art. So many of the parks and landscape gardens of that era have a similar feel to them. Every view is like an old masters painting πŸ™‚ There are some of these elements in parts of Wisley, particularly up near the top of Battleston Hill. When we were last in Shropshire we visited Attingham Park which was stunning! We just did the grounds and may visit the house around Christmas time. Thanks Jude πŸ™‚

      • We used to go down to see the deer in the park and have a decent stroll. Never went inside the house except one Christmas. Now you mention it Attingham is very similar. Not been inside that house either πŸ™‚

      • Oh of course!! Gosh, it really looks so different in the spring. You did get close to the deer, a large herd too! We did the shorter trail on the house side of the river. A cosy Christmas in Cornwall sounds lovely πŸ™‚ One year (soon!) I would really like to spend part of the winter on Kos. Maybe approaching springtime! The rivers are all full then and the skies much more dramatic.

      • Kos would be nice. I was there in the winter time. Only issue was lack of public transport and we couldn’t afford car hire then (going back a very long time to 1978). I bet spring in the islands is lovely.

  1. Now who wouldn’t want to enjoy an outing there? I know I would. It looks so peaceful and serene Sarah. Stunning capture! πŸ˜€ β™₯

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