The Brits seem to be calling statues freezes and it sounds a bit more poetic, I suppose. The above represents the Winter's Tale and it was my favorite. I love the way Hermione's body is curved. Also, Hermione is a statue in the play and then she's a statue here in real life! I loved this one because it has real swords! This one represents Hamlet. And, the donkey head is, of course, Bottom. This one represents A Midsummer Night's Dream. Here is Julius Caesar. Here is the Tempe
There's a canal that runs parallel to Masons Road, the road I live on. Google maps has been very nice and has led me down alleys and pathways and, this morning, when I needed to go to the Post Office, it told me that the best way was to walk down the canal. It was beautifully sunny and very, very windy. There are wild swans here and ducks. There is a long row of canal boats and some look to be homes while others look like tour boats.
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lived there, an image I do not own In 1597, William Shakespeare FINALLY bought a home, called New Place, for his family in Stratford-Upon-Avon. Until then, Anne Hathaway, his wife, and his two daughters, Susannah and Judith(twin Hamnet died@age10/11),