Tuesday, May 2, 2017

quiet neighborhood

went for a walk and only saw a person and a cat.



24 comments:

  1. Mooie woonwijk Bill met strakke huizen en, 'n Poes.
    Groet Kees.

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  2. Lovely shots Bill but indeed very quiet.

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  3. A very nice place to live, Bill.

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  4. A paradise for cats, all kind of walls and fences to sit on and watch the people passing by.

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  5. a very pleasant area, quiet and peaceful!
    Nice scenes, Bill!

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  6. Hi Bill

    It's quiet there Bill.
    Nice relaxing.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  7. An early walk Bill? I must confess to enjoying a quiet walk.. the cat looks surprised to see you out and about ☺

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  8. So it was a quiet and peaceful walk. Love that cat!

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  9. One person and a cat! Our neighborhood is relatively quiet, but not that quiet! Sheesh! Sounds great!

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  10. Shame about the cat! :-) (and the lack of smiley faces in comments!)

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  11. Ah to enjoy a quiet neighborhood---if I lived in a neighborhood---LOL
    Sweet kitty
    MB

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  12. So beautiful and soothing, Bill! And how lovely to see the cat! I love quiet neighbourhoods. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  13. There is a french expression, il n'y a pas un chat, there is no cat. It means there absolutely nobody, not even a cat.

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  14. A pretty neighborhood and a pretty cat!

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  15. The neighbourhood looks so pleasant and lovely. The cat on the wall looks very content.

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  16. It is a pretty neighbourhood, Bill.

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  17. Quiet is good...could we guess that folks are at work? (BTW: re the post boxes in my post today. There are still post boxes but the boxes themselves are very plain and ordinary now.)

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  18. Looks like a nice, peaceful place. I mentioned your blog today in my post!

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  19. What a cute neighborhood. And a cute cat :)

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  20. During the day, pensioners are in their own yard, and others are at work or at school, so you don't see anyone ever... only cats.

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  21. Sounds like my kind of walk!

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