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Adieu


The tranquil lake fills with boats over the summer.  I enjoyed it more in the peaceful season, though we bid it farewell with reluctance.

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  1. I can feel the quiet of the place Joan .......this is a really beautiful capture.

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  2. Have enjoyed your series, great shot to end on.

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  3. It sure does look peaceful and it is to understand you not wanting to leave.

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  4. I loved messing about in rock pools. I have to be more careful nowadays, especially if I have a camera around my neck. I wonder if the local council marooned that rowboat there just for photographers?

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  5. I also have to be careful ... sprained my ankle riding my bike :-(

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