22 March 2009

Rosemary


Large sacks used by the Principality's gardeners. This small public terrace, overlooking the port, is used as a temporary holding place. Each sack is filled with prunings of rosemary.


"There's rosemary, that's for remembrance; pray, love, remember; and there is pansies, that's for thoughts. "

Hamlet - William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616)

6 comments:

Sally said...

I wonder if you will stumble across equally large bags of parsely, sage and thyme???

Small City Scenes said...

I first thought they were sculptures. It must smell pretty nice there. MB

Virginia said...

wonder if they share these with shops and restaurants in the area or the public??
V

Gail's Man said...

Hope you took a few, as you can grow new plants from those cuttings.

Carraol said...

Beautiful thoughts, almost smell its essence.

Kate said...

Love the quote you selected for this photo. I taught Hamlet for years and years, over and over but never got tired of it. Great scenes, great quotes!

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