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CORNWALL 1.0.0

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Simple slideshow of holidays pics taken on a couple of visits to Cornwall, altho' I suspect there may be one or two 'strays' from the neighbouring county of Devon.  Cornwall was the setting for the novels of Daphne du Maurier also the popular TV series of Poldark and Doc Martin.




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Anthony

  

I found this quite by chance as I haven't been on the site for sometime. What a lovely sequence Maureen. You never mentioned you were  making AVs again. Will this get me back motivated? Who knows? Anyway the quality of the images as always were superb and the balance of music and timing very enjoyable.

Well done.

Anthony

Response from the author:

Thanks, Anthony.  I think since my accident and being unable to do much else I seem to have got my act back together so while time on my hands am digging around in old files and have a few ideas. 

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rickl

  

Fantastic Moureen as Usual....  We loved the Poldark series, and often wondered where those great scenes were filmed...  Now we know thanks to you!

Dick

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Bill

  

Maureen, you’ve probably already received my email, but just to reiterate… beautiful photography, as always.  Another great presentation yet again.  I can’t believe we actually saw our exchange cottage in Port Isaac in your show.  What are the chances? Please keep your wonderful work coming!

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Jim R

  

Another excellent Maureen show!  Nicely sequenced and sycned to the music.  I haven't been to that part of England for way too many years (35-40 years) I almost thoguht I recognized some of the harbours and pubs, but then many look alike.

Thanks for the memories Maureen. I should visit again.

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