070712.Bradford, Picnic Anyone?

July 12, 2007 at 1:34 AM | Posted in Bradford, countryside, Food, Gardens & Parks, somerset | 2 Comments

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“The sandwiches are packed,
The teas and the flow’rs,
There’s plenty of beer
And gooseberry tarts…”

-“Drivin’,” The Kinks

prepared by JosyC

070630. 11/46, Thirty-six Views of Bath Abbey. My tribute to Hokusai‚Äôs Fugaku Sanju Rokkei

June 30, 2007 at 12:41 AM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Bath Abbey, Cathedrals and churches, Chisel Marks, Food, Fugaku Sanju Rokkei, Hokusai, Peephole Views, somerset | 4 Comments

See the series so far!

Hokusai’s Tokaido Yoshida

070502.Claverton Down, (Sugar+Saffron+Stick+Water+Hand)/Linoleum=Sucker

May 2, 2007 at 5:19 AM | Posted in Food | 6 Comments

To do is to be. – Descartes
To be is to do. – Sartre
Do be do be do. – Sinatra

Copy of 070202.5.Somset.Bath.ClavertonDown.BathUni

This is actually an Iranian Tea Stirrer Candy. I’d say rock sugar on a stick.

070428.Claverton Down, 114 Dumplings, Please

April 28, 2007 at 6:07 AM | Posted in Food | 6 Comments

Tonight…(I’m not going to go to pay 10 pounds to see my own stuff. Didn’t receive an email about it or anything…someone just told me they saw this on the website.)


070410.Claverton Down, Leftover Stages

April 10, 2007 at 11:37 AM | Posted in Food | 8 Comments

I think these are every kid’s introduction to Easter (a different foil but the same substance). 070131.Somset.Bath.ClavertonDown.CadburyEgg
[Last Stages Censored]

061208.Bath, Shopin’ Late

December 8, 2006 at 1:43 PM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Christmas, Conservation, doorways, Food, Light and Shadow, people, somerset | 6 Comments

061113.17.Somset.Bath.Guildhall Markets
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The Christmas Market is packed at night. One can barely get through the throngs of zombie-shoppers. This is no Romero allegory…since this is outdoors and the people are bundled up like mummies in the cold. There’s no reason to write a description here, and less of one to connect it to Ancient Ecyptian mummies but I just wanted to include a few lines I read that would probably be difficult to relate to Bath under any situation. “Modern advances, however, have strained this delicate balance. Many of the slow-moving creatures are crushed each year on the superhighways that surround Cairo….
“Most conservation groups, however, stress that Egyptians should focus on preserving the mummies that still remain, though recent efforts to increase their numbers by breeding them in captivity have failed, since mummies are dead and therefore cannot reproduce.”

061203.Bath, Christmas Fair Around the Abbey

December 3, 2006 at 8:29 PM | Posted in Actors in Period Costumes, Architecture, Bath, Bath Abbey, Cathedrals and churches, Christmas, Cloisters, Food, people, somerset | 5 Comments

061202.21.Somset.Bath.Abbey.Christmas Fair
The market is packed. Busses bring folks in from around the area. The large coaches are decorated and parked everywhere.

I heard it was the second largest Christmas Fair in England, and runs for two weeks. It stretches from Kingston Sq (the former cloisters) to the Abbey Green and down several streets, as well as being in the Guildhall. It’s really a large fair and I hope I can get back there. There didn’t seem to be too much interesting items on display, mostly candles and other Christmas junk but there were a few good free samples. I went for the food and bought a “Grand Marnier crepe” out of curiosity. They put the alcohol in at the end so it didn’t evaporate.

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