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Great annjackman 2014-02-11 1:49

Hello Rosemary,
A well timed photograph before the 'facilities' crashed into the sea. A lovely simple shot with a story to enjoy. I lke the soft colours and the sense of desertion about this image.
warm Regards, Ann
p.s. you are probably following the flooding (and coastal erosion) stories in the south and west of England. Now the Thames Valley is in very serious trouble as well as the Somerset Levels. We are so lucky to live up a small hill in the West Sussex/Surrey borders and therefore don't get affected by the River Arun which is frequently flooding.

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Old 02-11-2014, 09:51 AM
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Hello Ann - I am shocked at the situation in England and stay almost glued to Sky News for updates. By the look of things it will take months for the land to drain and my heart goes out to the farmers and local communities who have been impacted by the floods. From what I hear, there are some very angry people about especially in the Thames Valley area.

I'm glad to hear all is fine with you.

Stay dry dear friend.

Rosemary
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