Silent Sunday 31.5.20

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. What a contrast between the blue sky and green grass. Actually, so much going on in this picture. Where is he walking to? Will he scale a mast? Why are there three masts?? I just want answers!!

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    • He was walking towards the masts. We don’t know why there are three of them, but they are a real Gloucestershire landmark and you can see them from miles away.

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  2. That’s a huge social distances walk! Well ahead #sundaysnapshot

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    • Thanks very much, it’s definitely social distancing at its finest! There were a few other people up there, but I managed to get a photo without any of them, apart from my son.

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    • Thanks very much! That’s my eldest. It was one of those photos I just snapped and only realised later that it had turned out better than expected!

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    • Thank you! We have had some amazing skies lately.

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  3. Love the photo, it looks like the person is walking right up to the sky

    Thank you for linking up to #MySundayPhoto ❤️

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    • Thanks very much, it does rather! The person is my 18 year old son.

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  4. That looks like a fantastic place for a walk. There is so much space. Great for social distancing. x

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    • Thanks very much, it is a lovely place for a walk. There were a few other people there, but you wouldn’t know from this photo! x

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    • Thanks very much. That’s a literary reference I don’t get!

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  5. Wow that is a long way to walk. Such a striking photo and so peaceful x

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    • Thank you! It is a really lovely walk. We’ve done it a few times in lockdown. x

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    • Thanks very much! It was one of those that turned out better than I expected it to.

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  6. I love this shot – it reminds me of walking through the fields as a child past the pylons… thanks again for sharing and for linking up with #MySundaySnapshot.

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    • Thanks very much. I’ve always found pylons fascinating. We call these ‘the pylons’, but they are actually much bigger – I think they are radio masts.

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