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On my camera

On my camera in January
A chilly visit to our local cemetery.














An even chillier visit to Portsdown Hill to get a new view of the setting sun.


A grey day in Southsea



Finally a little hooky prettiness!

Theme of the month seems to be grey and chilly!
lets hope for a more colourful February.
Hope you are all warm and cosy.
No snow here, but it's jolly cold.
Enjoy your weekend whatever you do
♥Sue♥



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  1. thank you sue! i love cemetery photos especially in foreign (to me) lands. lovely photographs friend. xx

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  2. Love your photos, and we seem to be following the same train of thought here!

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  3. Some great projects here Sue. Thanks for stopping by. I love it when you visit, it reminds me to stop by here. I am always inspired.

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