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Silent Sunday : un cliché, une photo, pas de mot!

The Hurlers Bodmin Moor Cornwall. A close grouping of three Late Neolithic or Early Bronze Age stone circles. Stone circles are extremely rare in England, & a grouping of three such regular circles is unique. A local legend identifies The Hurlers as men who were turned to stone for playing the ancient game of hurling on a Sunday but they obviously pre-date Christianity by a couple thousand years

Harold Lloyd in “Safety Last!” (1923). Photo: Harold Lloyd and Wesley Stout

Laurel and Hardy. There was a time in the UK when school holidays would bring a host of Laurel and Hardy films on TV. Not so these days, maybe TV programmers think kids have moved on. Sad really but I wouldn't be too sure about that. On a different note; they call Chaplin a genius but I've never really laughed out loud at his stuff. These two guys though: I can't stop laughing!

Thanks for the invite HelloSociety!!!! Cherry Tree, Kyoto, Japan - #HelloColor

Lazy Sunday (Dust Jacket)

Health benefits without the impact from other sports.

TODAY WE ARE LOVING

be too large for worry

Morning surprise

Maude Fealy~ (March 4, 1883 – November 9, 1971) was an American stage and film actress who appeared in nearly every film made by Cecil B. DeMille in the post silent film era.

George O'Brien & Janet Gaynor - Wschód słońca / Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau)