Silent Sunday 19.10.14

Author: Sarah Mummy

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    • Thanks very much! It was just training, but just had to take a picture of the mist!

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    • Thanks very much, it really captured how misty the morning was.

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    • No, just a very misty morning!

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    • It was really cold!

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  1. Well, my American is showing…I couldn’t figure out specifically what was happening until I read the comments. The picture however is fantastic, evokes very strong emotions, and could be telling any number of stories. I really like it (even if I never would have guessed rugby!)

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    • Thanks very much! It was one of those pictures that took me by surprise by turning out exactly as I hoped it would!

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    • It was a very foggy morning! Just a training session 🙂 x

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    • Thanks very much! I liked the way the sun came out in the picture.

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    • It was freezing! But it did make for a nice photo 🙂

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  2. How long did it take that big ball in the top of the frame to finally burn though all that mist/fog?

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    • It didn’t burn through at all! It was cold and misty all morning!

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  3. Must have made it difficult to play and watch but on the plus side it makes a wonderful photo!

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    • Exactly! It was freezing cold, but it made for a nice photo 🙂

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  4. Is that a football match or that race you mentioned in country kids? Either way it’s incredibly atmospheric, slightly eerie.

    #mysundayphoto

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    • It’s rugby training! A very misty morning!

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    • Morning, although not particularly early! It was rugby training. Thanks very much.

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  5. i love the fog in the morning.. what an early start! :>

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    • Thank you! It wasn’t as early as it looks – just a very cold and misty morning!

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  6. My 11yo has truly discovered rugby, I am not looking forward to mornings like this! Xx

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    • That’s great news about your 11yo! It’s so cold on days like this, but still worth it to see the boys getting exercise and having fun 🙂 x

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  7. Beautiful shot. How did you get the sun to look this big?

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    • Thanks very much. I didn’t do anything at all to the photo, that’s just how it turned out! I must say I was rather pleased with it!

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  8. I hope they had their fog lights on. I don’t miss the early morning football games

    Thank you for linking up

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    • Luckily it was only training, so they didn’t have to worry too much about seeing the ball!

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    • Thanks very much!

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  9. That’s so atmospheric & perfect for a game of rugby. And it also shows the dedication mummy has to her son’s sport!
    Hope you had a hot flask!! xx

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    • Thanks very much! We definitely have to be dedicated to our boys’ sport, but I wouldn’t have it any other way! x

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  10. That is a stunning shot. I have to say that it does bring Zombies to mind! But I think I watch too much Walking Dead 😉

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    • I think maybe you do! 😉

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  11. It was just training, but had to take a picture with the mist!

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    • Thanks very much. It was one of those lucky photos!

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  12. Surely you can’t play in those conditions… you wouldn’t be able to see the ball ;D
    Great atmospheric shot!

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    • Ha ha, they have no choice but to play! Flooded pitches or frozen pitches will mean rugby is cancelled, but nothing else!

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    • That sounds like a very good game for winter! 😉

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  13. Thanks very much. It was definitely quite eerie looking!

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  14. Was this very early in the morning? It’s like this taking Ethan to nursery sometimes x

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    • It was certainly after 10 as that’s when rugby starts – probably about 10.30!

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