Monday, March 2, 2015



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  1. Ah I feel like this often old things are so fascinating this reminded me of a poem I wrote once. here http://claredot.blogspot.com.au/2013/12/what-once-was.html

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    1. Oh I know! They are just so amazing. Your writing is so amazing, beautiful! :D

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  2. simply beautiful<3

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  3. Great pictures!!! I love what you write at the end! It's beautiful!!

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    1. Thanks, Maddy! I'm glad you like it, poetry is such fun to write. :)

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  4. this is lovely, the openness, snow and monotone color.

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    1. Thank you so much, Abigail! I love black and white shots, it really makes everything seem more magical. :)

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  5. Such beautiful photos! I can't decide which one I like best. :)
    --Rebecca at The Silver Flute

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    1. Thank you Rebecca! haha, I think I like the first on the best.. :)

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  6. Wow...you really are amazing with words, :D Those pictures are amazing! So deep and dramtic...;)

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    1. aw, thanks Hannah! :D Words are so awesome.. I love dramatic photos! ;) I think it's the black and white that made it dramatic. ;)

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  7. Goodness, this is so perfect. You have a lovely blog - I'm so glad I found it!

    xx Lorraine // Laurel Crowned

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    1. Thank you, Lorraine! You are so sweet, I'll go over and check out your blog! :)

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  8. Gorgeous photos! That poem (?) is beautiful, your choice of words is amazing and how you created a little story was beautiful!

    ~Noor
    a little bit of sunshine

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    1. Thanks Noor! :) haha, I think it's a poem...more of a story poem. aw, thanks! :D

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