Photographs of places in and around Coventry, England, taken by L0LfromPasa.
Love the pic!
Very cheeky take on people on the street! ;-)Beautiful image.
The minimalist approach to the theme :-)
It is beautiful, LOL. I like Paul's comment: "minimalist."
My, that is a beautiful setting. I'd love to take a stroll down there.
I so enjoy coming in everyday viewing your shots of England. It is on my bucket list to visit the country and where my ancestors are from in Wales.
People! I see people everywhere!! Only 3? Oh!!! Minimalist, indeed :)
What a beautiful place :)
Lovely place. I love old architecture.
I should have realised the folk of Coventry were shy after what happened to Tom.
What a great perspective of a beautiful street!
I have been watching some of the British mystery shows and this scene reminded me that one day I hope to visit some of these locales.
J'adore everything about this image Lauren. Happy weekend to you both.
That must be a quiet street. :)
Nice one for this month theme day ;)Thanks a lot for your visit on my blog. I'm now discovering yours with great pleasure! I've lived in Birmingham and know Coventry quite well so it brings back a lot of good memories!
Very good! My eye sight isn'r good enough to see anyone!(Blois Daily Photo)
A great location, some people on the street!
Here is the church, here is the steeple, here is the street, but where are the people? ;-)
I like the sense of how the people are dwarfed by the architecture. But perhaps I'm just not high on having people in my own shots. Thanks for visiting Sequim Daily Photo!
Nice leading lines in this photo. I also like your header photo from the countryside. Makes me homesick for the Cotswolds (my husband's home area).
You’ve made a great Theme Day post. I'm glad you got to take this photo for today. Thanks for the informative text.
Great theme day shot.
Such a beautiful street to be walking on.
A fun interpretation Lauren
What a beautiful little lane!
I like Paul's comment too. I generally don't photograph scenes like this with people in it. Glad I could on this occasion.Thank you all for your charming comments. I enjoyed reading them all :).Gerald is referring to Coventry's famous Peeping Tom. He is hiding, Gerald :).
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