Just Another Sunday in Granada

I had made these photos in May 2017 while visiting Granada in Spain.

It is just a snapshot of people enjoying themselves, strolling on the squares, kissing, chatting, playing, observing, and having a drink on a sunny and relaxing day.

That makes me smile. Life is beautiful, isn’t it?

I hope you had a good Sunday as well.

A bit of everything while the kiss happens
And here we are looking at others too
Having a good time together
Chatting and drinking

This makes for a perfect link with my friend Terri’s blog and her Sunday Stills challenge. Go there and learn from her unique perspectives.


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Sharing sights & insights captured with diverse angles. Ex-corporate, now my own boss. Cycling, hiking, cooking, reading, yoga, writing and photography, are no longer only hobbies listed on my resume. It's what I do when I want.

33 thoughts on “Just Another Sunday in Granada

  1. Those photos are very inviting. I almost feel like I’m back there. I really like Granada. Thank you for sharing.


  2. Thank you for transporting me to the streets of Granada to enjoy such beautiful moments. And thank you for all the love you’ve sent me as I’ve crossed The Indian. I am blessed by your friendship 🤗


    1. I’m the one who has the most to thank you. Your post on the Chagossian’s fate was heartbreaking but your experiences there and photos were simply divine. And congrats on your 40k nautical miles! Way to go, inspiring friend! I’m grateful for the blessing of our friendship. 😘


  3. Trust you are enjoying summer, Lucile, or has it been a little too hot? 🙂 🙂 I’ve been loving it! Except that parts of my beloved Algarve are on fire. Many thanks for your company today. Sending hugs!


    1. Always a pleasure to join you!
      I’m enjoying summer, Jo, despite the heatwave. We drive all the way to Portugal, to the Douro area, together with friends. The last days were excruciatingly hot, 45 C degrees.
      We got fire alert messages; it was sad to hear about that on the Algarve.
      We headed home slowly on Monday, and got milder temps in the Basque Country. Now we’re in the Dordogne region, having a break before moving back home.
      Hugs back at you!


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