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July 30, 2008

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Fi

You wouldn't believe the amount of photo's I have to delete because they're blurred! I am truly awful.
Yes that last photo is fantastic, and with your mum in, truly special.

Fi

Beautiful last photo! Yep I'm always in a hurry too, always have masses of blurry photos!

cherrie

Hi. I just love your pictures so much I have been using some of them as my background picture on my desktop. Cherrie

simone

You have two mums in the last photo as she is reflected in the water too! How considerate of her to blend in with the flowers! There are some striking colours in the gardens. I love the green gunnera and the red bridge and the Hydrangea shuffle looks most inviting! All those colours certainly lift the spirit.

Brenda

Hi Lucy, beautiful photos! I've been to Abbotsbury many times but never to the gardens, must make time next time I'm in England. I think the flower in the last photo is the Kaffir Lily, a native of South Africa, botanical name is Schizostylus Coccinea.... Kaffir Lily is much prettier!!

Helen

Hi there, I just have to say that I only discovered your blog a couple of days ago, and already I am hooked. I love reading it, and the photos are really great. I learned how to take close-up photos using macro on my camera thanks to you.
Also I really enjoy reading about Bridport and West Bay, because I used to live in Bridport myself in the '70's. My then husband and I moved there in 1974 and moved away in 1980. We ran a business in the trading estate (very near where I think your mum lives) and our first home was in St. Michaels Lane, so reading about Bridport brings back so many (mainly) happy memories.
I have just started my own blog and am very much still learning, but enjoying it immensely.

Rachael Rabbit

Wow - it really does look like your somewhere tropical ... although Dorset is lovely ... it is not always tropical ;-)

Maddy

Who knew England could put on such a stunning show of tropical plants, I think the photos are beautiful.

Mark Woods

Beautiful shots - especially the red bridge and the last photo. To prevent camera blur
may I suggest the Beanpod - the tripod that's full of beans?! www.Beanpods.co.uk
£ 9.99 with free postage in the UK, shipping worldwide.

Becki

Lovely photos!

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