Wednesday, 11 February 2009

I like the Knavesmire in the mist

I posted a misty Knavesmire photo not so long ago, but went back to take more. Here's one of them (click on the Knavesmire label at the bottom of his post if you want to know more about it from my previous entries).

I got to London and back with no problems yesterday, and one highlight of the day was that I saw Feargal Sharkey somewhere in the vicinity of Goodge Street. My friend Karen, who is very good at celebrity spotting, pointed him out to me. So ever since, I have been singing - mainly the first song in this list, which is very catchy, but also the second two which bring back my early teenage years:
A Good Heart Teenage Kicks My Perfect Cousin

(Just so it's clear, Feargal Sharkey has nothing whatsoever to do with the Knavesmire, it's just that I'm thinking about seeing him yesterday while putting this photo up!!)

11 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Somehow fits my Dickensian mood today! I'm expecting a stagecoach to appear!

ALMOST MRS AVERAGE said...

LOL - that's the kind of distraction I needed. Yesterday was fab :-D x

Olivier said...

et au bout du chemin, le ch√Ęteau du comte Dracula ;o)) belle photo.

and the end of the road, the castle of Count Dracula ;o)) beautiful photograph.

Hilda said...

This is such a beautiful, atmospheric photo, Ruby! I like Olivier's take on it! :D

Babooshka said...

I always have misuc on my mind doing the dailies. This is such a gorgeous bewitching image.

Jackie said...

That's a great picture. I have A Good Heart in my head now.

Goodge St is great for celeb-spotting for some reason. I once saw Gary Wilmot near there (woo, rock'n'roll!)

marley said...

A great photo and a celeb! What more could we want?!

Maureen said...

That is a beautiful photo. Well done!

Sterl the Pearl's Daily Pics of Boulder said...

this looks like a scene out of a du Maurier novel! wonderful. i almost can see a woman with a velvet cape on, running through the trees! ;)

lunarossa said...

More than Dracula, I am expecting the Highwayman jumping out from behind a tree! After all, we are in Yorkshire! Lovely photo! Ciao. A.

Yorkshire Soul said...

Great shot.