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Wednesday, August 10

The Trees in Jane Austen's Landscape

When I was in England, I loved visiting its forests with its bluebell carpets and ancient stands of trees. This article, Trees Scattered Across Jane Austen's England reminded me of my wonderful visits there. These images from Pride and Prejudice 2005, where Elizabeth and the Gardiners are nestled among ancient trees, absolutely took my breath away.


Anonymous said...

Ugh, simply gorgeous! Love it!!


Blossom Evergreen said...

"Is there a felicity in the world," said Marianne, "superior to this? - Indeed, is there?