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July Is A Battle.

Illness I can't shake.
And this cold dark July weather.
Fortunately, and miraculously, the fashion photography by Paolo Reversi in the June issue of British Vogue reaches out to me with it's soft colours
as though rendered in chalky pastels.
A place to rest tired eyes.







Comments

karenw said…
Sending hugs your way.. We will go see eclipse soon (even if you have seen it, I haven't and I need you there to point out the best bits...)

I will give you a ring soon xx
Ugh! Shake damn feeling shake!
Hope you get your lift quickly!
Jo (ruby-jo) said…
Hopefully you are feeling much better by now.

Winter in Canberra must be hard to take. I am finding this winter in Melbourne hard to deal with. It's the coldest winter I have experienced since moving here and I am desperate for some warmer weather, I bet you are too.
REread said…
July is nearly over ... come on down August!
Libby said…
Hope you're feeling better - I do love that top dress!!

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