One of the pleasures of visiting Paris was the possibility that Martine would be around and not off on one of her far-away photographic journeys. Over so many years, Martine was a very special favourite friend to George and to me - always generous with her time and hospitality. It was a special treat to exchange stories of far-flung journeys and I was always impressed by Martine's ability to travel to far-distant places on her own, weighed down by cameras of course, a tall, slender, gracious lady blending in well with new places and new people and returning with great pictures of their way of life. She will be so greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her.
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