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Strawberry Full Moon & Cromer Magic

I've been dreaming all week in this lovely dreamy place called Cromer, as you can see by my collage I've been bathing myself in beauty, noticing all the colours and images to bring home and assemble on the Strawberry Full Moon.

Jamie spoke about taking time for creativity, this morning I did just that, I got absorbed in my passion for photography and image assembling.  The moments of my holiday are all re-lived as I pursue my passion, a cyclical activity!
 

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Helen said…
I have no idea where Cromer is, but it looks like a dreamy seaside from here! Enjoy your passions and dreams!
Nydia said…
I've never heard of Cromer before, so I googled and it was a good surprie, what a lovely place! Glad you're having fun and being creative under this full moon! :o)

Kisses from Nydia.
A girl said…
What a dreamy dream board. Light to all your dreams manifesting!
Beverley Baird said…
Wonderful photos - makes for a very powerful dreamboard! may all your dreams be fulfilled!
foxysue said…
Hi, A girl,thank you for all your comments,for taking the time.

Have a happy week.
Jamie Ridler said…
How dreamily delightful! What a wonderful way to make a dreamboard - infused with the power of your creativity, talent and memories. Here's to your dreams!

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