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Afternoon tea


I stopped myself mid gobble for this shot because I especially liked the pretty seasonal touch of the hydrangea flowers. Taken at the South Coast Cheese shop in Central Tilba, were the cheese is still locally made.

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  1. Yummo, that looks good! Hopefully that was local cream too.

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  2. lovely ..and I am sure it was yummy!!

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  3. Just the right amount of decadence. The flower really makes it special.

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  4. What will-power Joan...stopping mid gobble .... so pleased you did - it looks scrumptious!

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