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Tuesday, 10 March 2009

Hyde Park: May 18, 1967.




John didn't get out much socially in 1967, preferring his "home comforts". On May 18, however, he was driven up to London to be photographed with the others in Hyde Park in a faux-social setting. Is that Pete Shotton in the colour one? And where are the other colour ones of this ilk? (On a completely unrelated "tip" - if you haven't yet heard the take of Revolution which has just surfaced ie the 10 minute long "Take 20", which connects Revolution 1 and Revolution 9, you should head HERE immediately (HERE being the rather wonderful Never Get Out Of The Boat blog)).

3 comments:

  1. Hi from Argentina! Thank you so much for all this pieces of jewelry! Your blog is the absolute proof the dream will never be over.

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  2. I think the b&w ones were taken by Marvin Lichtner and the colour ones by fans or something.

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  3. Colour ones? Do you know of any others? Again, I bet there are lots more out there somewhere. But where?

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