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Monday, April 20, 2009

An Ivy League of its own

Great shot of King's School.

5 comments:

SK said...

That is gorgeous. I alwys wished vines would grow up our house like that. Great photo! ~Sarah

Afternoon Tea Break said...

That's absolutely stunning. Why does it take an English expat to see our country in all it's glory? :-)

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A Brit in Tennessee said...

I love ivy covered buildings, although I know it is damaging to brickwork, it still says "England" to me....
I wonder who has the job of keeping it cut away from all those windows ...hmmm.

The Prodigal Tourist said...

There is something special about ivy on a building, isn't there?
Afternoon Tea Break, thanks for the compliment but it's worse than you think--Frances took the photo so it took a foreigner!

Afternoon Tea Break said...

LOL!
It was still a great photo anyway :-)