Out and about, visiting one of our local parks, named Princess Square, which has been a
public garden since the 1850’s.
The imposing fountain has been in its pride of place since 1857
and the fish in the outside ponds have provided much entertainment for
generations of children, including my sister and I and then our children.
A duster coat in burnt orange mimics the
turning colours of the leaves on the many
old giant oak trees.
Adding a wide brim, velvet trim hat that I have had since
the early 1980’s, an animal print top, black pants
and suede sling backs, quite high so
sadly only worn when not much walking involved.
The spire in the background is St, Johns Church,one of our
beautiful early colonial churches.
This fellow is William Pugh, an early physician, who pioneered
anaesthesia here, at the building in the backgound,
which was St. Johns Hospital, now a private residence.
Here ends today’s tour, I enjoyed sharing a
part of my world with you!
Wearing Coat by Ark,
Animal print top Marlene Birger
Black pants Mosaic
Shoes Salvadore Sapera
Beads, resin bracelets
Joining Visible Monday
Tres Chic Style Bits
A little glamour, my way, everday.