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Holiday Memories: Vintage Style Cornish Art Posters

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Holiday Memories: Vintage Style Cornish Art Posters

The leading blog 'Hodge Podge Days'  has just published a lovely review of Joanne Short's vintage style art poster of the Camel estuary. Jane, who writes the blog, lives in Manchester, but has been travelling to Cornwall for holidays for the whole of her life.

"Cornwall has a way of getting under your skin and making you fall in love with it." she says. One of the things on her wish list has been to hang a vintage style art print of Cornwall back in her home in Manchester.

Jane selected a Joanne Short vintage style travel art poster of the Camel Estuary at Padstow.

"I love how the pools of water shimmer on the soft sand and how they’re beautifully framed by the elegant flowers in the Cornish hedgerow. Looking at it, you can almost smell the fresh sea air!"

Jane has hung the framed print in her kitchen to remind her of Cornwall and the wonderful holidays she has had there.

"It really lifts my spirits every time I look at it."

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