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This is the beautiful garden in Guy's Hospital where the statue of John Keats sits. This was taken just before Remembrance Day and if you look closely, you can see the poet is holding a bunch of poppies.But this isn't just about Remembrance Day. They have taken all of those beautiful red flowers out for winter now and replaced them with green shrubs. I hope the shrubs flower but for no I shall remember how beautiful it looked over the autumn!
Good one Mandy - love the red against the greenery and the hard lines of the building. Somehow red always brings a space alive! G
Hey Emm,I just wanted to let you know I've just gotten a wonderful postcard in the mail today!!!Thanks for sending it. I really had a bad day and getting that lifted my spirits and I was able to battle through the day.Thanks again!
Hey guys! Sorry for the late replies - I'm still reeling a bit and wondering where December went!@ Gena: I agree with you about the red. This is one of my favourite photos because it reminds me of how beautiful it was there every day.@ Phoenix: I'm so glad! I know that feeling of how snail mail can just lift you out of a bad or sad mood!
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