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The Cotter 2. of 2

Yep. I like this place. I've got a photo of me on our honeymoon relaxing on those river stones.  And I've got a whole jar of polished stones that we collected from one of these river beds many years ago and tumbled until they shone. The memories are good.

That's the end of this series.


  1. A quiet happy place full of memories, no wonder you like it. Love the textures.

  2. It's nice revisiting places that have lots of memories. And the scenery looks so relaxing in these images.

  3. The scenery looks a lot like the Turon River, where I went at Easter time.

  4. It is so long since I have meandered a country stream and skimmed stones. Too long ...


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