The Thames, they're out of joint.What's west is north and what's east is south.
Must be in England somewhere. And, fairly recently? It can't be the Grand Canal; the water's too blue.
All the world's a stage, but this stage was all the world's.
O'Docker first comment is sort of right: it is the shape of the Thames, in particular the stretch around Docklands and Greenwich. But there is no O2 stadium (among other thing)Baydog is right in that it is in England and it was this yearO'Docker's last comment is very appropriate so he might have guessed it.Another clue: while it looks like the Thames (deliberately), it is not, though it was in London.
Here were both the beginning of the end and the end of the beginning.
Cryptic indeed, but yes, it does relate to the beginning of something.
And to the end of that something, too, no?
Very good O'Docker, yes, indeed something did end here too.
What teases you are JP and OD. It's an aerial view of the 2012 Olympic Stadium during the opening ceremony.
Tillerman is correct, saving me from using the O. word again - I sometimes worry that readers might be getting tired of all the "how wonderful it was to be in London in 2012".Ah well, it will be all over soon (the year I mean, though some say more).
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