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What a beautiful path! I know you must have had a lovely walk through there :-)
Add a sprinkle of snow and it'd look like a scene straight from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe :-)
I feel relaxed just thinking about walking along that path. I can imgaine at night when it is all lit up it would be extra speical.
beautiful--such lovely shades of green.
How peaceful looking is that :-)
Love this photo. Looks so inviting for that stroll.
Like from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe?
my friend collects pics of lamp posts she would love this. haha
This looks a place that Lucy would love to walk...but I'd keep her away from that beautiful lamp post...for obvious reasons! :o/
So green and lush.
For those who don't know The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, a lamp post marks the passage between Narnia and the real world. And John's absolutely right! :)
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Now that's a path I would want to take a Sunday drive down! In fact, twice a day, every day, would do quite nicely.
I adore that place!B xx
Hi Everyone! It was indeed an allusion to The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. I am a massive, life long fan of the story and I used to drive my mum mad every year by insisting on watching it every Easter and not letting her watch Alice in Wonderland. Oh, how we take our Sky Plus, TiVo and PVR recorders for granted now! When the film version came out a couple of years ago, I took the afternoon off work and went to see it alone because I simply could not wait until that evening to go with The Husband.
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