Monday, 5 March 2018

Happy St Piran's Day


This is my Eden, this is my Cornwall.


7 comments:

Raybeard said...

Lovely stuff, Sol - and some of these singers might well have been even older than I am, though they don't sound it.
I'm sure I won't be anything like alone in never having hard of St Piran. Just had to google the name and I've become a lot wiser.

Btw: I was wondering if you ever got to see 'Red Sparrow'. It's showing here now but having read that it's not for the faint-hearted it's going onto my list of films to be avoided as I just haven't the stomach any more for ultra-violent films.
Just heard that 'Shape of Water' has got Oscar for 'Best Picture', a film I found grossly cruel and uncomfortable to watch, and which I wouldn't like to see again (unless I could edit out the many disturbing moments). I think that says more about my increasing disconnect with what is considered 'good' than the films themselves.

Tom Stephenson said...

I don't know why, but I find flash-mobs excruciatingly embarrassing.

Sol said...

Hey Ray, I am trying to learn more of the 'culture' down here. The flags are all out in the village. I havent been able to see Red Sparrow yet, I hadnt read that it was overly violent. I will have to rethink that then. I would think the Shape of Water will be edited for TV, it sounded ghastly in places.

Hey Tom, I have never witnessed a flash mob in person. I would presume it takes much rehearsal.

northsider dave said...

Happy St Piran or Kieran Sol. He was born on Cape Clear. This is a little island off West Cork.

A lot of the dry stone walls near me were built by Cornish tin miners. Then the price of tin dropped and they went to Montana, USA.

John Gray said...

Raymondo is right
Lovely stuff

Sol said...

Hey John, it sure is different down here

Daisy Debs said...

Oh.....that just made me shed a tear ! x