25 July, 2012

Singing Bob Marley

Radcliffe Camera


singing Bob Marley
passing the High Commission
of Jamaica

6 comments:

Hobbes said...

I was happily walking down a London street, before I noticed that I was singing "Sun shinin', weather is sweet".

"This is odd", methunk. "Why the Marley?" Then, I noticed that I was standing outside the High Commission of Jamaica.

It's amazing what we see, without seeing.

The weather was sweet, however.


Toodlepip,

Hobbes

Hobbes said...

P.s. Uberkudos to Lei for snapping this delicious image of the Radcam, in which the weather is likewise sweet, and the sun is seemly shining.

The sandstone feeling is similar to the London institution, reminding me of my perambulations in the capital (which are a rarity, given that I'm a provincial type).

Anonymous said...

Oh!

That is a lovely song indeed!!

I remember myself singing it in Brazil when I was a working there in :D before diving.

Glorious days :O!

Maxwell2079

aneybo said...

I wonder what Marley was thinking about this place? Not so good I guess. In "Kinkky reggae", one of my favorites, rather he wanted to "hit and run" from London:) But in a truth not becuse of "imperialism" but "brown suger all over one's booga wooga":)
Best
andrzej

Hobbes said...

I am not entirely certain if I possess a booga-wooda. :)


Toodlepip,

Hobbes

Hobbes said...

Wooga!