Wordless Wednesday: Eleanor

As an extra special tribute to Eleanor this week, I’m going Wordless Tues/Wednesday with her last but one cross at Waltham. This is much restored, but still an imposing scene.

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26 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Eleanor

  1. Nice shot Alison. I really should get my finger out and visit the cross. After all it’s not that far away! Happy WW

  2. Thats awesome looking shot! Good WW to you :grin:

  3. What a wonderful shot Alison. Happy WT!

  4. That really is stunning. It is indeed imposing. Powerful stuff. Thanks.

  5. Alison, what a terrific shot this is. Absolutely beautiful!

    Happy WW!

  6. Magnificent! BTW love your blog picture

  7. wow! the picture speaks with it… nice one,keep it up…

  8. Very nice! Happy WW to you…

  9. Beautiful. I wish I could see this first hand. Have a great WW. :)

  10. Wow. Beautiful and timeless… speaks volumes, power, strength… chills on my arm. Happy WW. Great picture.

  11. Jim

    Very impressive, Eleanor, this one is restored nicely.
    I had these Eleanors all figured out once (where they all were and what each looked like). But I can’t remember like I used to and didn’t write them down.
    There was a Web site that guided me to each one.

    Happy WW/WT! :-)
    ..

  12. Very nice, incredible piece of work. Happy WW! :grin:

  13. does look imposing! great shot!

    happy WW

  14. Wonderful share for today’s ww!

    Thanks for visiting earlier.

  15. What a beautiful statute. You have done an outstanding job of capturing her in the photo! Beautiful.

  16. What magnificent work!

    My Wordless Wednesday is up too if you get a chance to check it out! :)

  17. That is a beautiful photo! Happy WW :)

  18. Thanks all for coming!

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