Thursday, May 31, 2007




NOTE: We'll break out the Romulan Ale if someone in the cafe can name the picture and its significance. We were having an ironic moment when we posted "Jerusalem," words by William Blake.

4 comments:

Andy said...

I believe this is the Gate at Canterbury. If this is the case, then there's a Starbucks on the right side of the gate.

Could you make it a Venti Iced Americano w/light room instead of the Romulan Ale?

:-)

BabyBlue said...

It is Bocardo Prison.

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Kevin said...

Oh how interesting it is when you are the one ... memory does serve, comments of just last October about Pawleys Island?

A change of shoes, sudden martyrs be?

Oh I do understand both, for the home of each.

However much is to be said for traveling light.

Keeps things focus of that which is living.

BabyBlue said...

It's in the juxtaposition - between the painting and the hymn. Oops, there's Prof. Lupin - homework assignment: Contrast and compare the painting's historic signficance with the historic hymn, with words by William Blake ...

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