Oxford mistletoe, and spring

JUST AS you head down the High Street in Oxford to St Clemens, there’s an old hulk of a tree festooned with mistletoe.

Mistletoe in Oxford

And the blossom continues to bloom in Oxford, in the spring. This shot on the Woodstock Road, just south of Bevington Road.  

One response to “Oxford mistletoe, and spring

  1. thomasxstewart

    thinq’n about lines: my mother told me, if eye were goodee’, buy me dollee. my auntee told her, i kissed soldier, now she won’t buy me rubber dollee’.

    If Dolly is train young girl to care & nutur, maybe kissing Soldier is Symbolic of getting Pregnant, there beyond rubber Dolly level of life. Clap Clap, Clap Clap.



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