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Nature - photo by Hollie Holden

Nature - photo by Hollie Holden

Once I saw a garden just like this from my hotel bedroom in northern France - it has stayed with me ever since.

The most generous gardener we know is British landscape designer Arne Maynard. He keeps a diary and shares intimate snapshots of his Wales garden via his I

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"If I had a flower for every time I thought of you.I could walk through my garden forever" Alfred Lord Tennyson

Nature - photo by Hollie Holden

Nature - photo by Hollie Holden

Time Lord's Companion

Right then. Who knows where to find this beautiful piece of work?

"Sin is what you do when your heart is not satisfied with God." - John Piper

"Sin is what you do when your heart is not satisfied with God." (John Piper)// Let our hearts be totally satisfied in you, God.

William Joyce, who was "Lord Haw-Haw" to British wartime listeners, now silenced and under arrest, lies in an ambulance under armed guard before being taken from British Second Army Headquarters to a hospital.

Lord Haw-Haw aka William Joyce, who broadcasted Radio Propaganda for the Nazis, Captured, tried and hanged for treason 3 January 1946

Campfire cooking. Simple pleasures

Camping out in Maryland, buying fresh shrimp and asparagus from roadside stands. Cooking them in a skillet over the campfire.

Julia Margaret Cameron (11 June 1815 – 26 January 1879) was one of the most famous women photographers of the 19th century. She was given her first camera fairly late in life. What's more interesting is that quite a few of her portraits feature some of the most brilliant people from Victorian society, e.g. Charles Darwin, Alfred Lord Tennyson and George Frederic Watts. She was taking pictures during the early days of photography, so it's interesting to see such good shots from this time.

11 June 1815 – 26 January Julia Margaret Cameron, photographed by her brother-in-law Charles Somers Somers-Cocks, Earl Somers, c.

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