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July 27, 2009



Those photos are gorgeous! And it sounds like you had a wonderfully relaxing holiday. K x

Vintage Fairy Tales Rebecka

Sam, lovely photos!
The field with the sunflowers,
is like a painting!


Oh, how beautiful! These are all lovely images. You have a great eye for photography. I could see framing many of these for a wonderful art wall and to bring back great memories.


Sam, I am envious of your extra week in Briancon. C looks like an amazing child! I know that Katie et al fell madly in love. Looking forward to seeing your Paris route.
xo Jone


Sam the pictures are wonderful and your daughter looks like she was probably a lot of fun (and not so moody... kidding). I too can't wait ito see the Paris pictures. love that picture of your daughter reading the Paris guide book.

susie bolton nash

Dear Sam

I have only just received this from Katie and am very flattered by your comments. I too suffered from withdrawals symptoms you can tell C - what a sweetheart - kept asking Robin where she was! Hopefully if you come to London we can catch up again and the photos are great. Love to C&G.

Susie B.Nash


Sitting here at home on the west coast of Canada I am soooo inspired by your friggin' amazing photos that I am sure I will dream of France this evening- I can only hope! It's reminded me that it's been way to long since the last Paris trip. Thank you for sharing your artistic eye and inspiring me this evening! What a treat.


Hi Sam,

I didn't know sunflowers grow by the millions on fields until I saw your photo. At the one place here in the Philippines where I know sunflowers survive, they grow in small groups every patch in a while. Don't think we have fields of them.

Your photo is beautiful, and so is your blog. This is my first visit actually, I was led here by a link on twitter.

Keep on posting :D

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