Variation on a theme



Variation on a Theme Part 2...


A few final shots from my 'Flowers and vintage books' last week.
 You will see Private Quince's pencil written notes from 
Le Havre in 1916 to his 'Dear wife and children.'





























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  1. I love your combining the bits of lavender with the rustic-looking papers, what beautiful photos! I am a bit obsessed with lavender! Thanks for the lovely words of encouragement you left on my about-to-launch blog! I sure will miss our BYW2 class!

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    1. You're welcome Meli and thank you for stopping by! :-)

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  2. very lovely, makes me feel that somewhere it may be summer.

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  3. pretty, pretty! But not empty pretty. These have soul. Pretty souls.

    Xx.

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    1. That's a lovely thing to say Holly-thank you :-)

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  4. Such beautiful styling – makes me yearn for warmer days…and lots of sunshine!

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  5. Thank you for your nice comment your pictures are so wonderful again
    ♥Doris

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  6. Really lovely photography Caroline. Liking the pinks and blues contrasted against the aged paper .

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  7. Beautiful shots Caroline the vintage books and postcards make me think of what life must have been really like back then. Still in Sydney going to call into society inc tomorrow to hopefully get a few shots.

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    1. OOh-enjoy Catherine-or would that be hope you enjoyed by now?! Cant quite work out if you've been taday!!!!

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  8. I loved part 1 and also love part 2. Such an incredible find, these handwritten notes.
    I really like how you've captured the romance and evoke 'true love'.
    Very nice lovely xx

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    1. Thanks a million Tina! They're very special xx

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  9. Love the lavender. Those letters make me feel a little sad :( amazing that they're still in tact though. curious as to who he was!

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  10. Yes me too Annie-and if his family may see this one day! ;-)

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