A wet and windy day shopping in Canterbury
Here is the pen and ink sketch of inside Canterbury Cathedral, I guess I would need a bigger pad than the A4 one I took with me and a lot more time than I had today (about an hour)
Here is a photo for the art critics who read this blog.
Onto the books I bought for my bookshop, all the pictures should expand if clicked on, and
the books should be in stock by tomorrow apart from: A Relation of the Voyage to Siam: Performed by Six Jesuits Sent by the French King to the Indies and China in the Year 1685, which I intend to read before putting it into stock.
On to a few photos of Canterbury, if "A Relation of the Voyage to Siam: Performed by Six Jesuits Sent by the French King to the Indies and China in the Year 1685" can be Englished as it says on the title page then I guess in this instance Her most gracious Majesty (in the photo above) can be described as stoned.
There was some talk of ducklings and swans in the car going there, part of a song was sung and so on so here are today’s Durovernum Cantiacorum anas sunsualis, type of thing.