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Hello.
I knew at the beginning of the year that I wanted to let go of the blog. I am in a different place now and I need the space to work through a great many things. I intend to keep the archives up for a time, although I have removed the comment function.
If you have landed here - welcome and feel free to dip in to what was our life - once upon a time...
J xxx

Friday, December 18, 2015

December skies








It's a wet blustery day today - quite miserable actually - so I'm glad to look back on some of the beautiful skies we have had over the last week. Low sun, stunning cloudscapes, brilliant blues and a wonderful star filled aurora. Completely perfect xxx

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  1. Such beauty, a stunning look at the skies. Wishing you the sort of Christmas that you wish for yourself.

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  2. You have had some truly epic scenery that you have captured beautiful x

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  3. beauty you have captured it- thank you for this blog it is s gift to me

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  4. So beautiful. I love the sky...

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  5. You live in such a beautiful part of the world. Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy 2016.

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  6. Lovely and amazing landscapes in your part of the world. Wish you a merry Christmas and all the Best in the future.

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  7. Dear Jacquie, thank you for this gift of images from your part of the world. How I do hope to see some of those sights in person some day. If this does not happen, I'm even more happy to have seen your photographs.

    Happy Christmas to you and James. xo

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  8. Oops, Jacqui, I added an e that your beautiful name does not include. xo

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  9. So different from our climate here. Stay warm and cozy. I have a blog also if anyone wanted to visit, click on my name.

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  10. What awesome scenes, how to you get such great shots? Surely not with just a ph camera?

    Have a great solstice, happy xmas and all good things for 2016!

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    1. Hi - the aurora shots were taken with the Nikon d60, but the others were taken with the iPhone and edited either in Instagram or vsco cam. Have a wonderful Christmas and blessings for the New Year xx

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  11. pretty skies pretty blue and lovely spending time with you on your post. Merry Christmas!

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  12. Your photos are so beautiful. I love the photo where you can just see the outline of the houses at dusk. I can't even begin to imagine how amazingly beautiful it is to see the aurora. Oh my goodness!!! I wish you and your loved ones a very Happy Christmas. I know it's going to be difficult. All of the "firsts" are. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. God bless. xoxoxoxo

    ~ Wendy
    http://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  13. Lewis has seen some better weather than West Wales. The rain and wind has been a little relentless here. I hope you have a lovely Christmas and wish you and all your thoughtful readers a very happy and healthy New Year. I often think that if you filled a room with the folk who comment on your blog and you and James the room would be a happy place!

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  14. Lewis has seen some better weather than West Wales. The rain and wind has been a little relentless here. I hope you have a lovely Christmas and wish you and all your thoughtful readers a very happy and healthy New Year. I often think that if you filled a room with the folk who comment on your blog and you and James the room would be a happy place!

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  15. I first got to know about your blog through my sister and have been following you for a while through your ups and downs in life. Just love the photos and life you share. There you are at one end of the country and I'm right at the other end, as far south as you can go, opposite the Isle of Wight near Portsmouth. I too live by the sea, but here it isn't too natural and the scenery, well, is not a patch on yours. However, following someone else whose life is so different, is kind of warming on these winter gale and rain lashed nights. Keep going, like scars the pain fades, but you never forget.

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  16. I've only recently found your blog. Beautiful pictures.
    Hope your Christmas is as good as it can be in the circumstances. It's my first Christmas without my husband too - he died three months ago.
    All the best, Stella

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    1. I'm so sorry, Stella. Sending gentle hugs and blessings xxx

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    2. I hope you find some peace this Christmas Stella. I have found a great deal of comfort and support through reading Jacqui's blog and Morgan's at Growing in the Fens. I wish you a Merry Christmas.

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  17. These photos are just amazing. Colors that create such a dreaming atmosphere in your photos! That's so beautiful.

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  18. Love and best wishes. Beautiful photos. (Anne Marie)

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  19. Such amazing shadows at the stones.
    Blessings to you and your family this Christmastime x

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  20. I love big sky photos and you certainly have them there, wishing you a peaceful christmas x

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  21. Your photos are beautiful.I love looking in to see what you have done. Christmas greetings to you and your son. I too lost my husband to cancer 16 months ago after 51 years together. I am finding it hard to live on my own for the first time in my life. All the very best to you and James. Hugs.

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