‘My favorite bed-room picture of you is really an enlargement I had made of a snapshot I took at Campden: in the garden, kneeling (after breakfast) over a can of flowers you had been picking, and with an expression on your face that I like to see. Besides, it has the special interest for me that you were looking at the photographer, myself, at the moment.’ (5 October 1946); Emily Hale in the garden at Stamford House, Chipping Campden, 1935.