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Saturday, 10 September 2011

Keats in the Garden

A tribute to John Keats in the garden of Guy's Hospital, Southwark. Keats trained as a surgeon-apothecary here 1815-16.

14 comments:

Angie said...

What no veggies!! Bet it smells nice though when you sit & have a rest with Mr Keats.

Sharon said...

What a lovely and quiet place to reflect.

alestedemadrid said...

Always good images and curious information...

Leif Hagen said...

A lovely garden surrounded by a stately, brick hospital! Lots of history there I guess!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

lovely gardens Mo, might be a little creepy sitting in there alone with just Mr. Keats for company, but it's a great tribute!

Gemel said...

Wonderful, an idyllic place to read.

Randy said...

So beautiful!

ladyfi said...

So lush and green! Lovely gardens...

Art said...

What a beautiful place, where I would like to relax!

Gemel said...

Looks like a lot of fun Mo.

Witness said...

beautiful!!

Emm said...

I walk through here twice a day in the week! Next time you're in the area, give me a shout and I'll take you out for coffee!!

Paul said...

Have not been to Guys in many years. The path museum is well worth a visit, though I think you need to be some kind of medic to get access. Paul at Leeds in Yorkshire photography

Peter James said...

I think that alcove thing was once a part of old London Bridge, there's another one the same in Victoria Park

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