Beautiful English Village ~ BIBURY

Hello lovies,

It has been a long while that this space has not been updated. It must have gathered some dust by now Embarassed.... where have I been? I have been going places with my dearies :)

I have invited a dear friend to be my guest blogger. She is miss T.R. We went togther (with other friends too) to visit one of the most beautiful English villages. We had such a wonderful time and most importantly, we have so many wonderful memories for years to come. Miss T.R will share with you some of our trip and our wonderful moments together with you...

"Hello Luphia,

Two weeks ago, I went to a Cotswold village called Bibury with my beloved friends. The place itself is amazingly tranquil and relaxing. Initially, I thought of the word ‘secluded’, yet, I doubted as there were indeed many visitors and tourists that come over from other parts of the country and even the world to have a glimpse of this charming Cotswold village. We went to the Trout Farm for fishing and barbeque. (photos below ~ Look at the fresh and juicy trout!)

After a mouth-watering lunch, we walked around and ended our trip with traditional English Tea in a nostalgic local tearoom. Then I realized that beauty could always befound unexpectedly but also easy to be overlooked and it is always great to share with your beloved ones, not just the food, but also the beauty of the earth and your time for sure.

Recently, I found myself starting to think about memory. I started having clearer idea about it until I read a book called ‘Memory At Work”. Although still far from satisfactory. I am deeply impressed with one of the descriptions about images. It is stated that image is an “ontological structure of memory” … “a sign for an intangible presence of an absence”. Therefore I believe with a good reason that all the images I took were indeed providing the ‘me at the moment’ certain extent of connection with the pleasant moment I had in Bibury with my dearest friends. Now I have to say thanks to the inventor of camera for letting us to capture the essence of life and to make the beautiful moments just to be lingering for longer and longer....

love,

miss T.R

 

Some frozen moments to share: