Brahmin moth - Igor Siwanowicz
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Town and Clock at St Dunstan-in-the-West, founded 981 in Fleet Street, London. This church has an engrossing history which includes such characters as Charles Dickens, who mentions both church and clock in his novel Barnaby Rudge; Samuel Pepys, who describes it lengthily in his legendary diary; John Donne, the brilliant metaphysical poet who gave sermons here, and Sweeney Todd; unarguably the least pleasant of the group, who smartened up your appearance before chopping you into a meat pie.
During the Great Fire of London the Dean of Westminster roused 40 sullen scholars from the Westminster School during the night to form a fire brigade, which extinguished the flames at three doors away. This place is definitely worth a look on your next visit to Fleet Street. (image l’habitant on flickr)
constellations (by conwest_john)
fairy-wren: brown pelican (photo by art holland)
That is one happy dog!