oh i love this! amazing how old it is!
Like your photo much better than the one on the link!!! You should offer it to them :). (Glad you found it. I thought I had lost half my my holiday snaps, but they were only misplaced. Phew, indeed!)
Tanya - thanks! It's cool to look at something that old (at least to American minds :)LOLfromPasa - thank you and lol! That would be hilarious. Glad you found your almost-lost snaps too - such a relief, though I need to be more careful now where I save stuff. :)
This reminds me of many good moments inside Cluny museum in Paris...
I have only seen photos of this tapestry and would LOVE to see it in person!
It's a beautiful tapestry Lulu, who doesn't love a unicorn oui!
This reminds me of that book, "The Lady and the Unicorn." Have you read it? Worth checking into, if you enjoy tapestries. And I agree with LOL - your photo is awesome!
cieldequimper - so cool, I've always wanted to see those unicorn tapestries at Paris's Cluny museum! They have a real 'magical' status :)EG CameraGirl - it's so lovely to see in person! (And hangs in a room with others in the same 'unicorn cycle' :) Hope you get to fit in a Manhattan visit in the near future...PerthDailyPhoto - thanks so much! I agree, who could not love something like this, like a glimpse right into the Middle Ages :)Adele - thank you! I've heard but not yet read that book (and also long to see those tapestries in Paris, almost a sister 'unicorn cycle' to the ones in the Cloisters :)...thank you for the book suggestion!
This is one thing I'm sorry I have missed each time I have been in New York. Maybe one day....
Jenny - oh, I hope you make it one day, it's very tranquil and peaceful, a mini-getaway within New York :)
I too was reminded of the tapestries in the Cluny museum, Paris. But it is many years since I was last there, 1997 the last week in August the week that Diana died there.
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