SUNDAY POST : Silence

Sometimes walls are thick enough, to put a bench in: to enjoy light and silence! That’s my contribution to Jake’s Sunday photo challenge “SILENCE” – read more at http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/sunday-post-silence/
Kierkegaard
photo by frizztext, click on the picture to enter his flickr galleries

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writer, photographer, guitarist

27 responses to “SUNDAY POST : Silence

  1. I like the light coming in the windows…lovely and silent…

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  2. Amy

    The sun light, windows, wooden benches express the silence beautifully. Thank you!

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  3. Northern Narratives

    That’s a great place ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Excellent entry for the theme. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  5. My favorite subject! My favorite word!!!!

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  6. perfect silent example… ๐Ÿ™‚

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  7. What an interesting place.

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  8. Such atmosphere to the room! Many thanks for the pingback. Very kind of you.

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  9. Silence = a great teacher. ๐Ÿ™‚ TY!

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  10. Excellent work for this week theme my friend thanks for posting ๐Ÿ™‚

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  11. How cool. Sometimes, I would like to be alone. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  12. look so quiet and peaceful

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  13. Very profound – to see two benches silently communicating with each other. Good communication doesn’t always require talking.

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  14. gorgeous image…where is this place ?

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  15. Wonderfully quiet spot inviting meditation and preparation for a time of just sitting in silence with a good friend!

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  16. A lovely, quiet nook!

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    • thank you Madhu for the great poem:
      War reduces everything to silence.
      Every soldierโ€™s grave a place too loud for sleep.โ€

      ~ E. Ethelbert Miller, โ€œFirst Poemโ€

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  17. I love the warmth in wood to begin with, but when combined with that incredible light and shadow… absolutely stunning, Frizz!

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  18. I remember priests sitting on benches like this when I was a child. The Catholic Church always had benches throughout the church foyers and inside the church for prayer and contemplation. Nicely done, Frizzz, for the challenge.
    Isadora

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