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Monday, September 14, 2009



I loved your photo-essay.

Margaret Lambert

The medieval carvings are marvelous!
Am I remembering correctly that Lymington had a spa popular in the Georgian and Regency period?
It looks as if it was wonderful place to visit for the day!


Roz, these are so beautiful. I will think of you in the next month when I'm in Italy, visiting my beloved black madonnas -- and especially in Venice, which is a shared love! I leave in a week, for 3 weeks of study and pilgrimage, from Zurich to Sicily!


It's always a pleasure, a walk through the english countrysideand villages! Thanks for sharing.


Absolutely amazing. How I would love to walk among the historical places in your country. You are truly fortunate.

hazel coombes

Such a delightful walk around parts of Hampshire. Your photography is stunning you have certainly got an good eye for spotting what makes a good photo.
Thank you
Hazel (UK)

Anastasia Marou

It was as if I was there with you! Splendid photos!


Lovely tour!


Just loved it !
I really felt as if I were in Lymington with you walking along the streets, the harbour and the market ....


I DID! I TRULY DID! I was in the UK two years ago this past week and I miss it so much.

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