By Jove, she's BACK!
~ Soka, you're ranting again. (thus stated by a nameless voice that always attempts--quite annoyingly, actually--to knock me back into reality. Just remember I really don't expect this to make any form of sense. My thoughts tend to wander and then try haphazardly to find their way again...sometimes it just simply takes longer than others.)
~ Me: Alright, I'll continue, then...that is if you insist...
~ Believe me, I do. And I'm sure whatever readers you may or may not have will appreciate it as well.
~ Me: Well I said I was going...so impatient today...must be the season or some such aged and over-used phrase.
~ *considers* Probably.
Moving on. I did promise, in my first "Official" entry of my over-sea journey, that I would give you the names of the scholars who bestowed the Chapel of Harris-Manchester College (Oxford, UK) with its truly magnificent stained glass windows.
Anyone care for a drum-roll? No? Well that's a pitty. Ah, well. *a long suffering sigh can be heard over the tap of the keys*
~ These scholars were William Morris and his friend and collaborator, Phillip Webb. Both these men as well as close friends of theirs formed the artistic movement of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.
** Now, here is a drawn-rendition and pictures of the lovely Harris-Manchester College itself. The Chapel is near the middle of the drawing.
Now, let's say you were standing on that sidewalk facing the street, just down the street a little ways is the iron gate which students use to enter and exit the college grounds when the hours are late or the main entrance is locked *referring to the arched doorways depicted as the main entrance*.
Here is a link to the Harris Manchester College Website, please visit!