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Lunch was served up by Mark Hix during the summer for a Marie Claire shoot.
The chef created a most lovely lunch using responibilty sourced fish from our coasts, but not before a delivery of foraged sea greens arrived at the location.
If I had of known I could have brought him some strawberries from the allotment.
There is nothing so special, uplifting and fleeting as a flowering poppy.
It springs up like a weed, self sown, pushing skywards until June when it will unfold its lovely delicate petals just for a day or two before scattering them on the soil. They start so simple but with each generation getting more flashy than the last.
Everyone needs poppies in their lives, if you see some lovely flowers now, go & collect their seed heads, then scatter somewhere special!
These ones have appeared in our garden this year, long may they germinate.
Just found these amazing & very inspiring images taken of criminals in New South Wales during the first half of the last century.
I find them in terms of composition & lighting just extraordinary images.
These are some of my favourites.
More and the story behind them can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/6danemm
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