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Saturday, March 27 2004
Pix Of The Day: High Art & Low Gravitas Stilton
CREDIT: © Matt Barnes/CheeseOnTour.com
WHERE: Bretton Hall, Wakefield-Barnsley, Yorkshire, England. WHAT: sculpture park.
MAP: Bretton Hall. Thumbnail click pops-up source page with larger image.
After we featured the work of Igor Moraj, following a visit to the YSP [Yorkshire Sculpture Park] by Peter Turner, an alert reader informed us that the 'Heroes of Light' have developed a taste for what John Cleese, between clenched teeth in a Monty Python sketch, referred to as "cheesy comestibles".
Specifically, when caught on camera by a reporter known only as 'Pete', eating nothing less than 'The King of Cheeses', Blue Stilton! Other park denizens, including a flying man and a pig, have developed a similar eating habit. Where will it all end?
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Jules Laforgue (1860-1887)
"Ah! que la vie est quotidienne."
Oh, what a day-to-day business life is.
'Complainte sur certains ennuis' (1885)