Wednesday, 18 June 2008

Squeezed out another...

...from the digital darkroom. This was taken during the Barbican International Jazz and Blues Festival. There was a lot of hustle and bustle on Southside Street so I went up one of the small alleyways, one that looked like it probably wasn't for meant for the general public.

It was, as it turned out, and led up to a treasure of tranquillity, a small but perfectly formed Elizabethan garden. I think it was designed to look a little like a garden set amongst ruins.

This beautiful archway is part of the path that runs through the gardens and sports a stone carving of the Mayflower, the ship that carried the Pilgrim Fathers and Mothers
to what was to be named Plymouth Plantation in New England.
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