“It was many and many a year ago, in a kingdom by the sea..." Edgar Allan Poe
two very good images for a crashed brain.
That bottom photo makes it look like 'ol John is...um...flashing Charleston. :)S
brattcat - busy days lately!lowandslow - I always think that when I take his photo from behind :)
The corner of my couch and I are similarly intimately acquainted on brain drain evenings.
Is the bird in the top photo a permanent resident? Calhoun's name is popping up all over. There is a lovely lake and park in Msp. that bears his name. Someone who is not an fan is trying to have the area renamed "Humphrey" after our beloved statesman and because Calhoun was a slave trader. He's not going to get anywhere since our Calhoun Lake has been around for a long time, is beautiful and a lovely spot, appreciated by all. It has prompted me to google your Calhoun's bio and it seems to me to be historically typical of a man with great energy. I think the name movement which is not getting many supporter will just run out of steam. Have a happy week-end.
Birdman says," Good shot!"
Kate - The bird is a visitor and hopefully left a messy gift :). It wasn't so much that he was a trader but they he believed in and argued for slavery. We have so much named after him that it doesn't mean anything anymore but I still enjoy humiliating his statue. Birdman - thank you!
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