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a march in england : week three

Loved having my older (and more famous) brother join for a week for our third international adventure together


It was a life-changing time when most absolutely needed. So many good talks and thoughts and a journal filled with writings. And so much carefree impracticalΒ fun too, which is easily ignored in everyday life. I’m beyond grateful for the opportunity it was, and could never thank all my hosts enough for their kind hospitality. I hope you’ve enjoyed these pictures, and if you want any further details or opinions for your own trips there please just ask!

“My heart and my strength may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.” – Psalm 73:26

Hope is a grand thing to come home with.

happy to see my excitement made it into your post. πŸ˜‰


So, I wouldn’t be opposed to you blogging posts like this daily. Love it all πŸ™‚

Oh, gracious. I can’t take any more! haha
Well, it looks as if you thoroughly took advantage of your opportunity to experience that country.
I totally agree with the previous two comments — so much beauty that it hurts, but I certainly wouldn’t mind it every day.
Oh, and that last one of you on the ship — I love it. I don’t know what it is… the colors, your scarf, something. It’s just perfect. And so English.


All these photos breathe adventure and hope and something beautiful! <3 xo!

Sublime. If you could pick three places that Tyler and I should for sure visit when we are there, where would you recommend?

If a group of photos could even be so, these are all wonderfully rich and delicious, and I really like them. πŸ™‚

a march in england : week two

bus ride to Oxford


Okay, I’m dealing with a most severe case of envy now. Yesterday, it was the rolling landscapes and quaint villages; today, it’s the history-rich cities and incredibly magnificent old buildings. Wow. I love the way to captured everything! I might just have to go out and get a film camera now.

I love all of them Rebekah!!!! πŸ™‚ I want to see more still! LOL! These images are so you. You definitely belong in England!

Dreaming of England, now. Beautiful.

AHHH We are going to London in June…. you are seriously making these last couple weeks of work REALLY hard.

I just LOVE the way you see things. πŸ™‚ Makes me happy looking through your photography and blog.

I LOVE these photos!

Love these two posts ever so much. Bring back the happiest memories and a longing for more.


Beautiful, as always, Rebekah! But that rumpled corner of building made my structural engineer’s heart stop for a second!

Such great images. Looks like a wonderful time. πŸ™‚

a march in england : week one

So through a series of impractical dreams and fortunate events, I had a little adventure last month.

Went to England for three grand weeks (to explore and be surprised and fill up on excitement for another year) and home became a a flat in Wimbledon Village, where all the doors have locks, all the locks hold keys, and all the keys have ribbons.

Here’s a recap of week #1 in London and Bournemouth – pictures best viewed with cream tea nearby.


( taken with iPhone, Fuji X100, and D700 )

week two coming tomorrow : )

so beautiful! i highly approve πŸ™‚

rebekah!! my gracious these are beautiful. what a fun adventure.

Oh. Oh. Oh.
Your words made my heart ache — there’s something about them that…almost whispers of what things should be. I can’t put it into words. Becka, this is incredibly beautiful. There’s such a sweet sense of nostalgia and almost melancholy to some of the images that feels so right when you think of England. And I think my favorite shot might have to be the first of the birds. Can’t wait to see more, friend. πŸ™‚
xoxo h

These are so, so beautiful. Your post just made me SO excited for my hubs’ and I’s trip in June!!

Wait, that was just one week? Gah. Pleeeeaaase take me with you next time? As incredible and transporting as your pictures are, they only whet one’s appetite for those landscapes and quaint little villages. Love this post.

oh my HEART. i love all of these sooo much. what beautiful, magical adventures you have. so happy you came home refreshed & excited for what’s to come! <3

I love to see all of that happiness and excitement, and simple days and new things. SO nice. πŸ™‚

oh, darling. I agree with Essie. It only whet’s ones appetites to see in real life.

(just can’t get over how much you look at home there!)


So beautiful <3 It makes me so happy to look at your blog. HUGS!

Beyond incredible! Can’t wait to see the rest!

Oh goodness, these make me miss home all over again. Beautiful!


Now I have England fever like crazy. I must visit this land and soon. Beautiful pictures. How I love your style, Rebekah. <3

um, awesome. like….. if i made an english muffin and instead of yummy jam, I put awesome on it… THAT kinda awesome.

dear, dear Rebekah! ah, what magical places you visited! i love seeing life through your eyes and lens. can’t wait ’til tomorrow!

Love these!!! Delightful. The photos of Seonaid and Neil and their pup made me so happy, I love them!!!

My love, these are beyond amazing.

Man, this makes me want to go back to the UK even MORE!! And especially to these breathtakingly beautiful places!!

Riley Zuckerman

Hi! I just stumbled upon one of your photos on Tumblr and decided to check our your blog! What kind of camera are you using?? x

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