While roaming about the grounds of Jane Austen's garden Liz decided she simply must have a souvenir of the botanical variety. The bright and fragrant flowers were too tempting for her to resist.
After carefully looking around lest a museum official should catch her in the act, she plucked a flower from its stem.
Carefully pressing it, she then slyly concealed it in her belongings. Liz was not brought to justice for this crime. The Flower Thief remains at large.
I can't say I blame her for this blatant thievery. Jane Austen's flowers were quite beautiful, even as they were beginning to wilt with autumn's approach.