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Victoriana at 18 Stafford Terrace and the Sambournes

Originally posted on Picture This uk:
Edward Lynley Sambourne and his wife (Marion) took residence of 18 Stafford Terrace in Kensington  in 1874. The Sambourne family and descendants maintained the Victorian style and content.  The house was taken over and…

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Paintlings

This gallery contains 22 photos.

Originally posted on My OBT:
Julia Las We’re going to be away for the next week, so though I’ll still be posting daily, the posts will be short but sweet! Joining the ranks of brilliant painters of miniatures like Lorraine…

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The Power of Thanks

Originally posted on bonnyknits:
One of my favorite moments from our recent vacation was when my husband thanked me. I’m a pretty typical Type A person, one who has to make lists and plan everything down to the smallest detail.…

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Ightham Mote

Originally posted on Picture This uk:
Ightham Mote (pron; I tham) is a well preserved medieval manor house that was built in the 14th century and is near to Sevenoaks in Kent. The approach is down into a wooded dell…

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Ray of Light

This gallery contains 15 photos.

Originally posted on My OBT:
Ray Vincent Today, I’m thrilled to bring to you the functioning musical instruments by Ray Vincent that look like art and sound a little exotic, a little otherworldly, and a lot cool. Originally a musician…

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Medication frustration

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
My eyes no longer work too well… I cannot read small print; I don’t know where my glasses are And always have to squint. My hands, of course, are even worse, My…

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The Glass Storyteller

This gallery contains 22 photos.

Originally posted on My OBT:
Micah Evans Micah Evans turns once-familiar items like sewing machines and teapots and elevates them to high art. The objects have an almost magical sense of nostalgia. And as poignant as his retro-styled glass objects are,…

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