'My greatest weaknesses in life are mythology and beautiful things.'
Emily Carrington Freeman often scampers around field and hedgerow, bringing home all manner of interesting sticks - a habit she should arguably have grown out of a century ago. She longs to be a monk - preferably somewhere remote with lots of temple-dogs - though she is often reminded of her unsuitability for Monastic pursuits. Thus unable quite to fulfil this ambition, she settles for swishing around Oxford in a long, black coat.
When she is not preoccupied with the state of her hair, she makes quite nice pictures. In fact, many of these look fantastic in all manner of grand settings, not limited to the lofty halls of Oxford, where some currently enjoy a lavish existence.
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