A sunny day in Cambridge, we walked along Queen’s Road turned onto Silver Street over the Cam, a quick look at Mathematical Bridge, Trumpington Street past Pembroke College, home to a magnificent library and onto The Fitzwilliam Museum to see A world of private mystery: John Craxton. The paintings of John Craxton are wonderful, making us want to leave damp Cambridgeshire immediately and settle in Crete with black cats, mountain goats, beautiful goat herders and olive groves.
John Craxton, Landscape with Derelict Windmill, 1958, Private Collection.
From there we ambled along to King’s Parade past the Corpus Clock , dropping into Nomads to try out the Singing Bowls, if you get the chance – they are lovely, before re-grouping in the Central Library, buying new wellies, and home.
It is damp and flat but there are amazing sights to see on our doorstep.