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The Bermudian

 

Thirty-one years ago a British musician was touring the Botanical Gardens when he came upon a particularly beautiful freesia. He was so inspired by the beauty of the flower that he named an album after it. The album was called Double Fantasy and the songwriter was the legendary John Lennon of The Beatles fame. The Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art celebrated its 25th anniversary on June 21 by erecting a statue honouring John Lennon on their premises at the Botanical Gardens. Designed by local artist Graham Foster and approved by John Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono, and his son, Julian, the sculpture features the singer's profile.

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