Hugh’s photo challenge prompt for this week is group.  Recently we were away for a few days and went out for a Sunday afternoon drive to a favourite little beach town.  We came across this great group playing outside a cafe, so we found a seat, bought an ice cream and sat back to enjoy their chilled out sounds.


Love a double bass!


Sunday afternoon music


It was a lovely warm afternoon, the crowd listening was right into the music with a few up dancing and we thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere, not to mention the great music they were playing.  It was the perfect sound for a perfect Sunday afternoon.

It’s always fun to see what others come up with for Hugh’s challenges!

Debbie 🙂

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  1. What a lovely scene you’ve painted here, Debbie. I always eating out, especially outside when there is a band playing nearby. Good food, good wine, good music, good company, good weather. A great way to relax.

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