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Friday, 27 January 2017

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Clair

It's amazing how a different sense of place can change your perspective. Loving your beautiful words and images, as usual!

Mary

stunning images and beautiful words - thank you for sharing!

Cheri Andrews

Gorgeous photos Alexa! Things here are very dull and grey and we've been lucky so far to not have much really bad weather.

Sian

Such beautiful photos. I was going to say that we don't have anything quite so pretty here...but maybe it's simply that we don't have your eyes..

Liz

Ooo! Gorgeous!

Karen

Absolutely lovely---the photos and the words. I wish my command of poetry was such that I'd have these kinds of associations.

Melissa Gross

So very beautiful - thanks for sharing!

Debs

Such a sense of tranquility in those photos, absolutely beautiful.

Ruth

What a beautiful set of photos!

Mary-Lou

Tolkein is a favourite. Gorgeous photos.

Honoré


The photos and the poem are making music and magic together.

Missus Wookie

Glorious photos - the sun shining through or glinting off of frost is such a pretty sight. Well worth venturing outside for.

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