film criticism by maryann johanson | since 1997
Tue Sep 09 2014, 10:29pm | 2 comments
Those of us planting poppies at the WWI memorial installation “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red” by artist Paul Cummins became part of the tourist attraction that is the Tower of London.
I loved watching people working at unusual tasks while I was in England. When we went to Vindolanda Fort on Hadrian’s Wall, after the rain finally stopped before we left for the day, we were able to watch the archaeologists resume their digging. I had a great time chatting with one of the head guys about what they were finding.
I’ve been to Vindolanda — spectacular place!
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