Sunday, April 21, 2013

Sunday afternoon walk


An older woman and her caregiver take a leisurely walk in Sholom Park on a Sunday afternoon.

17 comments:

RedPat said...

I love the tall pampus grass! It would be hard to grow on my roof and since I have no ground to grow things ....

My Maine Blog said...

Such a pretty, peaceful place which I frequented so often. My house in Ocala was just a 2 minute drive to the park. Lovely memories for me.
Thanks Lowell

Randy said...

You captured a nice moment here. Made me smile.

Linda said...

I love the tall grass, and it is so nice to see people taking a leisurely walk.

Bibi said...

Peaceful, for sure. And I envy the warmth you have. Dang cold here in Seattle. Belgrade's getting warmer, but I'm not there now!

Taken For Granted said...

Looks like a fine place for a walk. Would have loved to go for a walk today, but it rained most of the day. At least it wasn't snow, but that is predicted for tonight.

Cezar and Léia said...

A peaceful day for walking around and take some pictures! :)
Léia

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

Looks like a lovely day for a walk! That is such a beautiful park. I always enjoy the photos you post of it.

Sharon said...

You found a beautiful spot to photograph them!

Judy said...

I really like this nice quiet moment in time.

JM said...

Love Pampas Grass!

llandudnopictures said...

Can't beat a nice stroll on a nice day!

Small City Scenes said...

Dandy place for a walk.
We are having beautiful weather. It was nice on the ranch too but windy.
we enjoyed it all and I got to show Our Parisian friend and her Mum the ranch and actual branding. It was a delight. MB

Kay said...

Looks like a good place for a walk, especially if you have a cane.

Karl Demetz said...

A peaceful place for a walk.
Caregiver is a very demanding work.

magiceye said...

Looks lovely. Nobody jogging?

EG CameraGirl said...

It's so good to see that she is getting out and about, not just sitting in her rocking chair.

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