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Andrea

Love spending time with my family and friends, good food, travelling, nature and taking pictures on my I-phone .All pictures are my own.

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Property Goals. I love wondering around London streets and looking at the stunning architecture. #london #londonstreets #architecture #architecturelover #londres #ruasdelondres #ilovelondon #parksquaregardens #blackcab

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The colour red is associated with so many different emotions, it means different things to different people. It has a certain duplicity to it, which I love. On one hand , it says “Danger, stop!🛑 ✋ “ On the other it’s inviting, warm. The colour of love, romance, a sensual colour. The colour of blood, war,sacrifice but also the colour of joy, warmth , energy , strength and power. One of nature most vivid, heart-warming colours. #flowers #red #redisbeautiful #flores #vermelho #bloodred #flor #nature #mythoughtoftheday

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Shame those beautiful flowers did not last very long. Worth having a partially obscure view from our window #home #pinkflowers #flowers #flores #naminhajanela #garden

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Wishing you all a happy weekend. #seathrift #flower #fence #coastalpath #wildflowers #flores

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“Calmer quiet voices Roll round this soul, Searching for peaceful seas Upon which to sail.” #throwbackthursday #tbt #devon #devonshirecoast #wildflowers #rocks #sea #coastalpath #visitdevon #floresdocampo #mar #pedra

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Good morning! Enjoy the sunshine #dogrose #wildrose #flower #rosa #flores #jardim #garden

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I am glad we now have a better understanding of mental health and have much better provision than these old fashion lunatic asylums. Even though this one seemed like a good one there were many where mentally ill people were treated very badly and with little dignity. Tredington Park (formerly Hatton County Lunatic Asylum) . Parliament in 1845 forcing local authorities to provide asylums for the poor. The County Lunatic Asylum opened under the supervision of a local physician, Dr John Connolly, a Stratford man, who had risen to be superintendent of the Middlesex Asylum at Hanwell. The first patients arrived in June 1852 and were treated under Dr Connolly’s regime of ‘moral treatment’, which encouraged patients to participate in work and social activities. The raft of work carried out at the asylum ensured that the hospital was virtually self-sufficient with a farm, laundry, water reservoir, pig farm and its own fire service. In 1948, the asylum was integrated into the newly formed National Health Service and renamed the Central Hospital. The Central Hospital continued to treat its patients with care and compassion until the reorganisation of the provision of mental health care was introduced. This resulted in mental health services being offered at the newly built St Michael’s Hospital in Warwick and the closure of the Central Hospital in 1995. #hatton #historicbuilding

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The opening of the lock. It was fascinating to watch how it works. I have seen Locks before but never on such a steep gradient. It took quite a while to empty each section so the barge was level with the next section of the canal. #locks #engenharia #engineering #industrialrevolution #hatton #hattonlocks #canal #warwickshire #barge #canalboat #agua

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