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ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE

 

 

billyjane:
“ Etude de nu. Jeune Femme Aux Vanités, c. 1930 by John Everard ***
from Verdeau
”

ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE

 

 

billyjane:
“ Etude de nu. Jeune Femme Aux Vanités, c. 1930 by John Everard ***
from Verdeau
”

comments (18)

Great! At first, I seriously thought this might have been Flagstaff - though, I couldn't figure out how.... but this really looks like it's Flagstaff! Sunny, spring flowers bloomin', dog friendly, festival in the background, all walks of life....
And I'd like to know how you got ahold of that photo of me... (or at least, what I THINK I would look like holding a skull smile )
Chris: This is actually Glastonbury, a living, breathing, perpetual theatre Elizabeth. Ok then - let's get Frank to take a picture of you posed thus and see if you look the same

Giggle..
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 10 Jun 2016, 04:53
Glastonbury? I love the audience here. Ireland with the harp and flute and I think the man an the right is a real gardener, he shows some of his plants he is growing grin......
As for Elizabeth, I always wanted to have a skull on my desk, someone to talk too wink
Chris: Of course it is Glastonbury Astrid, a place I love to visit for its aspect of permanent unintended street theatre
  • Martine
  • France
  • 10 Jun 2016, 05:40
Une petite pause en musique. Les chiens attendent une petite friandise.
Chris: This is Glastonbury Martine, a place you surely have heard of, where the streets are always interesting
  • Ray
  • United States
  • 10 Jun 2016, 06:11
So this is Our Elizabeth, getting all excited by some tall, skinny, grinning, bodiless bloke...

In the other [IMHO less interesting] pic, black dog seems to be thinking his humans are a bunch of tossers...
Chris: And I think the dog is probably just about right there Ray
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 10 Jun 2016, 06:14
Suspended animation, Chris
Chris: It would have been worth half a day of my time to go down to Glasto and take this single picture Lisl. But of course I took more..
Reading the other comments is half the fun of these images, Chris. I do think that one dog is also really engaged in the conversation. smile
Chris: The dog seems to be part of the tribe Ginnie
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 10 Jun 2016, 06:56
especially in Bath -a wonderful scene you did capture - and then a female naked Hamlet!
Chris: Noo Philine - this is GLASTONBURY, a place of perpetual entertainment.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 10 Jun 2016, 07:26
"Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio; a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy; he hath borne me on his back a thousand times; and now, how abhorred in my imagination it is! My gorge rises at it. Here hung those lips that I have kissed I know not how oft. Where be your gibes now? Your gambols? Your songs? Your flashes of merriment, that were wont to set the table on a roar?"
(Hamlet, V.i)
Chris: And who could write like this nowadays Philine? Probably nobody..
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 10 Jun 2016, 07:46
The dog seems to be paying great attention; perhaps the chap with the hat is telling the other chap the location of the nearest butcher's. Is the chap with the whistle thing playing the harp with his feet?
Chris: He is multi tasking, the thing men are supposedly unable to do..
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 10 Jun 2016, 09:06
The Hamlet on the stage of our theatre (last theatre season) was mostly naked - but an attractive,confused young man!
Chris: I am sure you enjoyed watching his performance Philine
Great street scene, good title, Chris...As for your comment to my wife...Dream on...smile
Chris: Hehehe!
I especially like the multi-tasking guy on the left.
Chris: And they say men cannot multi-task too..
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 10 Jun 2016, 12:17
Guy with the hat is trying to push the black dresser into the weeds, while black dresser is getting ready to slap that hat from his head. And just because they forgot that dogs can also raise stinkies. Black dog (no relation to Mike) is telling brown dog; "You dunnit!". Better drama than Shakespeare.
Chris: Endlessly fascinating isn't it Louis
Sorry Tiff but I have been rather drawn to the tumblr picture below. I'm wondering how well this lady knew poor Yorick?
Chris: Judging from his condition, quite intimately Chad
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 10 Jun 2016, 16:02
Great picture - the dog seems engrossed its the conversation,.
Chris: Dogs being pack animals feel quite rightly that they belong to the family
What's he selling? And is that an all nude all female production of Hamlet?
Chris: It looks like pendants Tom. I cannot comment on the Hamlet picture other than to say I put it there to illustrate my title
street renders and a busker who plays a tin whistle and a harp... this shot could have been taken in Dublin Chris...
i kind of like your second shot as well....petersmile
Chris: I'll have to take your word about Dublin Peter
Nice skull...

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