Sunday, September 21, 2014

Silent Sunday





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18 comments:

  1. That is such a lovely shot. I found your via silent sunday but I must come back and read more of your blog. I am trying to search my Irish roots so I found it interesting. Have a nice sunday

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    1. Hello and welcome Jilly,

      Thanks very much for your comments. I hope you find my blog useful in your search, and hope you have a nice Sunday too. BTW I love your hat!

      Cheers,
      Jennifer

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  2. Beautiful photo - looks very peaceful x

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    1. Hello and welcome Mummy,

      Thanks very much for your comment. 'Tis indeed a peaceful spot. Perfect for a quiet Sunday morning stroll.

      Cheers,
      Jennifer

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  3. What a lovely reflection of the waterfall and bridge, Clio and Guy popping by for Coombe Mill

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    1. Hello and welcome Clio and Guy,

      Thanks very much for popping by and leaving a comment.

      Cheers,
      Jennifer

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    1. Hello and welcome Kim,

      Thanks very much for your comment.

      Cheers,
      Jennifer

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  5. Jenn, such a lovely spot. Where is it?

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    1. Hi Charlotte,

      Thanks for your comment; as always, much appreciated. The waterway is the Grand Canal in Dublin and the bridge is the Huband Bridge at Mount Street Crescent. It was built in 1791 and is named after Joseph Huband, who was a director of the Grand Canal Company. The waterfall is actually water pouring over the nearby lock in the canal.

      Cheers,
      Jennifer

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  6. Beautiful shot, we love Dublin, in every season!xx

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    1. Hello Oana,

      Thanks very much for your comment. Me too!

      Cheers,
      Jennifer

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  7. A gorgeous photograph; looks a lovely location :)

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    1. Hello Lisa,

      Thanks very much for your comment. It is indeed a lovely spot.

      Cheers,
      Jennifer

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    1. Hello Christian,

      Thanks very much for your comment. It is a wonderful place indeed.

      Cheers,
      Jennifer

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  9. I could sit and watch/listen for ages. Such a wonderful spot - one day I may even be able to see it...

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    1. Hi Celia,

      Thanks for your comments; as always, very much appreciated. It is a wonderful 'thoughtful spot' for walking along, thinking and dreaming. Even with the crush of traffic in the nearby roads, there is a sort of peace just here. I hope you do see it one day.

      Cheers,
      Jennifer

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