|Night and Day, Monk's House, Rodmell.|
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Who's afraid of the Long Man of Wilmington?
Nobody, now he's been restored to his original form after that massive aberration (is this the word I am searching for I wonder?) given him by some pranksters a couple of years back. So here he is, not in need of any modesty foliage, guardian of the South Downs and Virginia Woolf's countryside retreat.
It is many years since I visited it but I remember it as a place of wonderful tranquility and dense greenery. Some of that greenery I had to sacrifice in this picture in order to allow for the sight of the house itself. Inside it was almost like being underwater, what with the shrubs and trees pressing up against the small windows and the walls being painted in a lovely antiquey pale green shade.
Given Woolf's untimely end that is perhaps unfortunate.
Or maybe fitting.
Anyway, I'm fairly happy with this one.
Now onto someone else's house......
Who will it be I wonder?