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Late Summer, Early Autumn

As the light of summer dies and the cold grey monotone of winter approaches, here are a few photos from the past month or two.

Amidst the gin & tonic SPRITZ / appeared a giant beast named FITZ.

Percy was quite content amidst the ironing.

Another Sunday afternoon in South Ken…

A chance encounter on the Old Brompton Road.

Malta v. Gibaltar, at a Lebanese party in London.

Tom Quad, Christ Church, late in the day.

She complained her mother never sent her any post at uni, so this was in her pigeonhole the first day back in college.

This post was published on Friday, October 18th, 2013 3:30 pm. It has been categorised under Errant Thoughts Photos.
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  1. Tom
    17 November 2013
    11:37 pm

    Gabriele ,not Gabrielle D’Annunzio (only one L!). And don’t forget that his subscription usually was : d’Annunzio (small d).

  2. Matthew Cusack
    9 December 2013
    9:38 pm

    The photo was of a sign placed on a piano by the
    producer of a play at the 7th Rgt Armory in NY
    to keep the NY Crowd from leaving their empty cocktail
    glasses on the baby grand. The people attending were
    limited in number and followed the actors from room
    to room as the play developed. I rescued the sign
    from a garbage can after the play had run its course
    of about 6 months and kept it in my office for a number
    of years before retiring and bringing it home to place
    on my wife’s piano.

    Col Matthew Cusack (Ret)

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