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The website for Dimbola, which houses information on the legendary Victorian photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron, has been totally revamped. It is now a lot more easier to navigate and focus is on upcoming events and exhibitions. Links to social networks like Facebook and Twitter have also been incorporated. You can check out the new look for yourself by clicking on the link here.

Dimbola Lodge, the best kept secret on the Isle of Wight, was saved from the bulldozers literally at the last minute, in the early 1990s. Cameron who virtually invented the close-up and photography as an art form, made Dimbola Lodge her home from 1860 to 1875.

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