Monday, November 15, 2010
Beyond the North Circular City Cows go Crazy for Carrots
London: half moo - half pavement.
Half green half grey.
In 1966 Time magazine talked of London's ‘Greenness & Greyness.' It noted that ‘Melvin J. Lasky, a London-based co-editor of Encounter, believes that "London is the only European metropolis that has managed to maintain a combination of greenness and greyness, vitality and yet a certain gentleness. Paris hasn't got it. Rome is oppressive, Berlin is a special case. And all the others are villages."
Beyond the North Circular city cows go crazy for carrots.