Sunday, 26 April 2015

Silent Sunday - April 26th 2015



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    1. The rippling water was calming, yes. It was a lovely spot and we had it all to ourselves.

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  2. Now they are what I would call REAL stepping stones! :)

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    1. Exactly - although they are not passable in Winter!

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  3. Now that looks like great fun!

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  4. What a gorgeous spot-somewhere I'd enjoy being with the family too. I hope you had a lovely time enjoying the surroundings.

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  5. That's a lovely photo. Reminds me of North Wales.

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    1. Don't know N Wales - this was Exmoor near my Mum's.

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  6. That looks like perfection! Did anyone fall (or get pushed!) in? xx

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  7. This looks like such and adventure! #mysundayphoto

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    1. LOL - it's Exmoor near the village of Withypool!

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  9. I love places like this and having been on your FB page I know you were in Exmoor and had them to yourselves. I bet it was near on perfection.

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    1. We were lucky as we were out of English school holidays plus in what is a quieter part of Exmoor anyway. It was lovely to have the sun shining for once too ;)

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  10. That looks like such a fun way to cross the stream :-) x #SilentSunday

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    1. We did the same crossing a few days earlier and the stone just in front of Ben was actually wet then ... and slippery! The whole thing becomes impassable after rain and in winter so we were glad we could cross it.

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  11. We have a stepping stone river near us, I love it, beautiful photo Rosie doesn't the sun make everything better x

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    1. It does indeed - so often it is wet when we visit Mum so this made a wonderful change.

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  12. What a great shot!!!
    Please come link up your photos at Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday). This week’s linkup can be found at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/04/at-keyboard.html.
    I hope to see you each week!

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  13. Great shot! Looks a bit cold if he went in though! ;)

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    1. Luckily he didn't and yes, I think it would have been chilly!

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  14. The start of a brilliant adventure. How could you not want to cross the stepping stones.

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    1. I have crossed them before but this was the first time for the boys and they loved them.

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  15. What a fab shot! Great leading lines and just such a beautiful scene. It wouldn't be the same without seeing up the hill in the background.

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    1. Thank you Stella ... and the hill turned out to be quite a slog up!

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  16. This looks gorgeous!!

    Helen - #silentsunday

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  17. Ahh this looks perfect, I'd love a go but fear I would slip on my bum

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    1. This time all the stones were dry so not slippery but a few days earlier we were also there and the one stone in front of Ben was wet and slippery ... but we did all manage to stay dry (albeit with my camera passed OVER the stone rather than round my neck as I stepped on the wet stone!)

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  18. What an adventure, lovely photo x

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  19. I want a go across these stepping stones! What fun!

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    1. Inviting aren't they? We *may* have gone across a few more times than was strictly necessary!

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  20. Awww ... love the capture of the movement; so beautiful, and brave too. A cheerful capture. #aNoviceMumCommentLuv

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    1. My two are always up for something challenging - they love rick climbing too ;)

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  21. Brilliant photo, my girls would no doubt slip in the water

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. I'm sure they wouldn't, have faith in their abilities ;)
      Thanks for hosting #MySundayPhoto.

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  22. What a wonderful spot - and capture!

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    1. Merci, Kriss - it was so good there we went twice last week!

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  23. Fab photo! That looks a lot of fun! I hope no one ended up in the water x

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  24. Oh i use to love doing this as a child x

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  25. What a lovely shot of a super place, love stepping stones.

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    1. It was great and the boys really enjoyed crossing the stones... several times in fact!

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  26. Those are great stepping stones

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    1. Aren't they just - I prefer them to Tar Steps although they are of course much younger.

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  27. Lovely place! I want to cross that river too! #mysundayphoto

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  28. Brilliant photo :) My feet would would've got VERY wet no doubt!

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