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October 05, 2011

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kathryn

This is a quite wonderful, curated look back through your archives Lucy. Many posts I'd forgotten about and I think I totally missed that cauliflower recipe - I'm bookmarking it to try very soon. It reminded me that your early posts had no pictures at all, which, when I think about it now, is really quite flabbergasting.

Elaine

This post & the ones you've selected are perfect examples of why I regularly come here to be nourished. Gorgeous photographs, and lyrical writing, elegant, poetic, and yes "economic".

You have found your feet, yes, and you're dancing gracefully. Actually, I think this happened quite some time ago but I'm so glad you feel it.

(PS. Thanks for the offer. I think it might be a good exercise for me, too.)


JohannaGGG

lovely reflection lucy - hardly recognise the nourish me blog that I first found many years ago - but it is still beautiful and elegant in its simplicity and your photos still draw me in

Denise | Chez Danisse

You bring up some interesting points in Free content? Are you kidding? I find it all quite complicated. The raw honesty of Last Night's Curry speaks to me too. I understand the popularity of Roasted Cauliflower, Just So. It looks so good. This has been an enjoyable walk through your work. Thank you for taking the time to pull it all together.

Rachael | The Slow-Cooked Sentence

Turns out it's the pictures and an economic use of words that draws people in. ... This sentence opened the door. Thank you for the tour.

Karen

Such beauty, warmth and humanity in your words and images Lucinda. I always feel more connected to nature and life and positivity when I've read your pieces and looked and relooked at your images. You have special gifts.

Jessica

For me, while I enjoy your photographs immensely, it's the words that continually resonate. It's always a pleasure to stop by here, always.

p.s. I did it, urgh, kind of...

Amanda

Isn't it funny how you resist what fits? I'm going to love checking out these links. x A

Lesh @ TheMindfulFoodie

Lucy, thanks for linking to your previous posts (Christina & Denise, thanks for asking Lucy to do so). I just discovered you this year, so missed out on your previous words (and photography), especially the 'most helpful one'. Poppy is one lucky dog :-)

Lucy

lovely people, thank you for all of your kind words.

sharon

It's been wonderful to peek into your archives. How you've grown. Love most of all Home. Very evocative. Absent of people... but they're very present... (if you know what I mean?)

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