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Carina

Marken looks utterly charming, even moreso decorated for the occasion.

I'm curious to hear more about the spirit and the feelings of the local people who have experienced the abdication. I imagine they are feeling very proud - it does seem like a truly remarkable step for the Queen to have made. From afar, they seem in touch with the public.

Helen

I don't know how I missed these...these photos are stunning!! Thanks for sharing!

Mary H.

Tara, such photos are a treasure. And you posted tulip pictures! I am mad about tulips (could you tell??!).

Marilyn

Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos of your part of the world this week. I especially loved the children, there is something so special in their celebrating, dressing in costumes, and just being a part of the day.

jeanie

As you might expect, Tara, every single one of these fills me with joy and reminds me of our own Queen's Day visit to Edam. Oh, what a day -- only this year with the investiture, it's hard to believe there could be even more than last, but I bet there was! Loved seeing the Edam bridge and that shot of the girl poking her head around the corner? A thousand words there. Hugs!
jeanie

Sheris White

thanks for the nice trip. just lovely!

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