Sunday, March 24, 2013

Afternoon conversation - Sholom Park


19 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Such a moment of peace...
God bless you!
Cezar

llandudnopictures said...

Nice place to get some peace and quiet!

My Maine Blog said...

Morning Lowell...this was our favorite walking place early in the morning or early evening and brought our lawn chairs here too when they would have concerts...and sat on this very same bench more than once. There are so many things like Shalom Park that we really do miss along with some really special friends. Hope you have a wonderful day and thanks for the memories.

Judy said...

No worry about eves droppers listening in.

Birdman said...

Green grass?

Sharon said...

Beautiful! As my grandmother used to say, I think I'll sit a spell.

crocrodyl said...

Looks like a calm place.

cieldequimper said...

Incredible that the bench is 'in the middle of nowhere'!

Karl Demetz said...

I bet they took the bench from home ....
A calm place for a good conversation.

Linda said...

Beautiful! Cease the moment!

RedPat said...

I'd sit a spell with Sharon's grandmother!

RamblingRound said...

What a peaceful place for a bit of respite.

Randy said...

Looks like a nice quite spot. Oh by the way, we're getting a Panera in the Summer.

Kay said...

Is that the very youngest of trees next to the bench? I can't imagine that the person who mows this lawn was pleased to see the bench planted there, right in the middle of his/her mowing pattern. No, wait! I mean: what a pretty spot! And a pleasant place to sit and have a chat.

Halcyon said...

Such a nice peaceful scene.

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

You've captured a lovely moment of serenity. I wonder what they were talking about?

Pierre BOYER said...

I love this picture...

Pierre

magiceye said...

Beautifully composed!!

Kcalpesh said...

So calm and peaceful!! Nicely composed!!

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