My lovely friend, Kim, took me out to lunch today and we ended up in a pretty little village called Godalming.
Have I already mentioned that the charity shops in England blow my mind?
Books, really good secondhand books, start at .50p and don't go higher than 2 pounds. And they're all in English.
I have been living outside of English for so long that I still find this stunning, even after a month in this world.
It was foggy today but beautifully, autumly, foggy. The light was divine and, for the first time in a long time, I felt my passion for photography rise up and demand time.
Kim stopped at a church, somewhere in the hills of Surrey, so that my camera and I could play for a while.
The lunch was delicious. We discovered Grills and Greens, and were served by a lovely guy from Rome. My tagliatelle funghi, mushrooms and cream sauce with fresh ground black pepper, was rather divine.