Sunday story

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Coffee collage

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“Sunday, the day for the language of leisure.”

~ Elfriede Jelinek, The Piano Teacher

24 Comments on “Sunday story

  1. What a perfect Sunday! Such a light and easy feeling but so full of warmth. Love the sassy lampshade, and the coffee, and the leaves, and the rusty bike with the flowers and the . . . !

  2. Sunday walks are my favorite weekend tradition.
    I love you photos – I only recently discovered your site via bloglovin, but I am glad that I did!

  3. Ah, you have such a great eye (actually, two of them!). I was just in Concord with some CA friends this past week and saw what you clicked. Your images are even more beautiful than from the naked eye.

  4. So many different levels for liking this set. I was hit with olfactory memories of decaying leaves brought on by a warm autumn sun – a smell from my childhood and one that I miss living in a land of conifers. The bike tugs at my artistic heartstrings and the coffee…the all-time comfort elixir but even more so on a cool, crisp day.
    The lamp? Oh how I would love a piece that bold in my house!

  5. A treat of fall colors again! Such beautiful colors…and I love how the red lamp blends in perfectly in the color palette!

  6. I always wonder how they make those designs in the cappucino 🙂
    The bike is a wonderful capture, and the sign welcoming people to “come on up”.
    A lovely day chronicled beautifully!

  7. Oh Susan, these are tremendous images, every one! Besides your composition and clarity, I am truly loving how you so expertly capture the candid reality. And bravo for taking some photos where the leaves are off the trees, revealing their winter skeleton — too many people would avoid doing so or simply would not share them. To me, that’s the part that really catches my eye! Actually, as I’m typing I’m realizing that is one of the things that I appreciate so much about many of your images — they are real, not staged. Love it.

  8. I love how you framed the walkers in that first shot. A beautiful series, Susan. There is so much beauty in each of the seasons and you captured it!

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