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Lamplight at Christmas at Kew, December 2020

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 14 March 2021

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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    • I’ve been going to the lights at Kew for a few years now and they have different delights each time. These lamps were great – simple but beautiful.
      And I love you light offering, Ju-Lyn.


      • Kew is so innovative and creative in their presentations. We’ve never been out there – we always mean to, especially when we are there Christmas-time, to see the lights, but the draw of the fireplace and tipple in hand seemed to always win.

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