Monday, April 02, 2007

vineyard site, lap dog, guitar

The upper slopes of Calverley Park face south and receive the sun all day. Here, arranged on terraces, are tennis courts, a basket ball court and a croquet lawn. From the path above these sports facilities, you can look across the weald of Kent and Sussex. It always seem to be the warmest place in Tunbridge Wells. I often think these slopes are a perfect site for vineyard.

Outside a pizza restaurant in the High Street, a young man sits with a fox terrier on his lap. People stop and talk to the terrier.

In Chapel Place a man strums a guitar. A few aimless words of a song survive as the wind blows the sound away.

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