Park Life Curtain Call

Today I finished scanning the Park Life prints from 20th July 1996. Here is the third and final set:

Park Life 20.7.96039Park Life 20.7.96040Park Life 20.7.96042Park Life 20.7.96043Park Life 20.7.96044Park Life 20.7.96045Park Life 20.7.96046Park Life 20.7.96048Park Life 20.7.96047Park Life 20.7.96049Park Life 20.7.96050Park Life 20.7.96051Park Life 20.7.96052Park Life 20.7.96053Park Life 20.7.96APark Life 20.7.96BPark Life 20.7.96CThis afternoon, Jackie and I enjoyed a barbecue at Cathy and Rob’s in Highcliffe. This was the first dry day in four, so we were all very fortunate. Very good quality tasty burgers and sausages were supplemented by various plentiful salads, and cakes like Helen’s famous black forest gateau.

 

Published by derrickjknight

I am an octogenarian enjoying rambling physically and photographing what I see, and rambling in my head as memories are triggered. I also ramble through a lifetime's photographs. In these later years much rambling is done in a car.

16 thoughts on “Park Life Curtain Call

  1. Bravo! Were you the official photographer? Did the cast get copies of the photographs? I’m sure they would love these if they hadn’t seen them. 🙂

  2. Isn’t it interesting when mask removed how quickly our feeling alters? Magnificent study in human perceptions isn’t it? Thank you so much for sharing xx

  3. Wow, almost ten years ago! I wonder what became of these talented mimes? Like thefeatheredsleep above, I too am amazed to discover such youth beneath those masks. But almost a decade has lapsed since then…one of them could be following your blog now!

    What? No wine with dinner?

  4. I was living in Spain when this was on, so this is the first I have heard about it. What an amazing project. Can you tell us more about it – who was it organised by and did you know what they acheived?

    1. It was a voluntary summer project for local children. They did something each year during my daughter, Louisa’s childhood. I have other projects in the can. Thank you for the interest.

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