“It was many and many a year ago, in a kingdom by the sea..." Edgar Allan Poe
I got to drive a Black Cab once. They're much more fun from the back seat!And far more fun when you chase them down, Joan!
The day the cab driver drove around with me for photos I kept trying to jump in the front seat. There wasn't one! It was empty for luggage.
love this series. where is the windmill? i know it is in JI but I can never figure out where.
Caroline - It is at the end of Plymouth Dr. Pass the Terrace Theater and stay right, then turn right on Plymouth. It is right by the Fire Station. Lovely spot to watch the sunset.
I can understand why — they're cute! You have some absolutely amazing architecture!
Beautiful Car !! This is so a lovely one !!Unseen Rajasthan
I have seen these while there. Hope you are well JOan!!
Wonderful series. The cabs are a delight and add so much to Charleston. Very classy and "important" looking wherever they appear. The last shot is my favorite, Joan.BTW, your niece is very attractive, talented and you can be mighty proud.
Thanks Frank!wildstorm - It's been a while since you were here!Rajasthan - I've been enjoying your shots as well.
I am not sure if owning a fleet of British cars is at all lucrative (parts and servicing must be a bear) but they seem to be well kept. They also fit right in with the architecture :-)
Fantastic backgrounds in these Black British Taxi shots!
nice series of photos! and not something you see everyday =)
I loves me them black cabs!
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