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Great Royaldevon 2018-07-19 4:59

Hello Bernd,

How good to see you posting again.
I hope you enjoy the experience and decide to share your photographs as often as you did previously!
This is a lovely, bucolic scene, full of natural charm.
I like how you have included the overhanging branches to help create a sense of depth as well as set the scene.

Is the area called 'Little France' because of its character or because of its closeness to France?

Have a lovely day,
Bev :-)

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Old 07-19-2018, 07:25 PM
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Good evening Bev,

first a lot of thanks for your kind note..

i really can not answer your questions perfectly, cause i donīt know the answer, too.
i think the the name is still more to see in contact of the landscapes character.. the closeness to france (still about one hundred kilometers) maybe is also a solution..

at least itīs a real charming place.. so i think..

have a nice weekend, cheers Bernd
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