I took this photo 15 years ago at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City. I love the position of the arms of the fourth nun from the right and how the third nun from the left has twisted around to look behind her, plus the three feet kicked up as though skipping or doing a small jig. A friend I showed it to asked me what I would name a group of nuns and this started a back and forth conversation of suggestions. With this in mind, I have two requests to make of you.
- Please post your favorite photo that you’ve ever taken on your blog, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter page and post a link to it in the comments below.
- Then give your idea of what you would call a group of nuns. Do not Google to see what a group of nuns is actually called. That’s cheating and also might block your own creativity. Please also share this with us via comments.
- Here are my ideas:
A murmuring of nuns.A habit of nuns.A cloister of nuns.. oops.. cluster.Girls of the hood
A squadron of nuns
A file of nuns
A river of nuns
A flotilla of nuns
Here are favorite photos of those responding to this prompt:
Manja’s Favorites: https://mexcessive.photo.blog/2021/05/30/favourite-photos/
Leslie’s Favorite: https://judydykstrabrown.com/2021/05/28/leslie-nacks-favorite-photo/
Lynette’s Favorite: https://lynettedartycross.com/2021/05/31/marvellous-monday-favourite-photos/