Over the gate...

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Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Kinfauns: please Go away.


George in 1967, apparently post-EMI session, looking more than a little displeased; his eccentrically punctuated plea first ignored, and then, no doubt, nicked. So it goes.
George was often pictured at this door, which served as de-facto front door, being closest to the entrance gate. It was actually the way in to the dining room:


Thanks to Joe Baiardi for this splendid snap (relatively hi-res too).

5 comments:

  1. Aw how sweet -looks he's offering something (cookies perhaps?) from a paper bag to the pic snapper.
    Another caption could be "alright who broke in and stole the contents of this here baggie?"

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  2. Hopefully it's not "You shorted me, man."

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  3. I'd say that he's stoned out of his mind here. Perhaps he is offering the photographer whatever it was he had been eating himself

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  4. Looks like he`s just had a spliff and he`s got the munchies..!!

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  5. i wonder... was he high or was it the flash?

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