Fresco day 2 went very well with a surprisingly good figure of Flora, Roman godess of spring and margarine. It is based on an image from Pompeii, so a bit too early for our building, but too good not to use.
Day 3 was the first day when we were left to our own devices after our fresco expert, Fleur, had left. Despite the green earth running out and another lime water crisis, the day went went well and the second wall was completed, with a Bacchus figure suitably degenerate for the late Roman period, both in art style and behaviour – feeding wine to a Leopard, whatever next. What larks! All photos by Rod Litle. Thanks Rod.