Monday, 2 March 2015

Sitting in blissful neutral


He was sitting in the warmth of the day, facing the Archibald Fountain in Hyde Park (North). The glorious sandstone of St Mary's Cathedral was at his back. There were dozens of folk milling, as is invariably the case with this walkway through the park.

11 comments:

Alain said...

Il me rappelle vaguement quelqu'un...

Tahiti Daily Photo said...

Nice to see the "2 sides"

William Kendall said...

I would imagine that's a favourite spot for more than one person to sit at. The Cathedral is amazing!

Denton Harryman said...

benches server a purpose and often it is allow us to sit and enjoy the view ... interesting that I find the bench as interesting of a photo opportunity as the view.

roamingpursuits said...

Lovely capture.

Joe said...

A beautiful spot to absorb the warmth of they day.

cieldequimper said...

That's a nice spot to age gracefully! :-)

Jim said...

It is a beautiful spot.

diane b said...

Beautiful church why wasn't he looking at the cathedral?

Julie said...

He has the perfect seat, Diane. In front of him is the Archibald Fountain, and people mooching. Above him are the towering office blocks, and Sydney Tower. He has the windbreak at his back, and the bloody amplified guitarist is on the other side of the fountain!

Next time I am in there, I will sit where he is sitting and take some shots for you.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I look forward to the day when I can do more sitting in neutral. I used to think my in-laws were mad for doing that but now I understand ... all it takes is time to catch up.