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A really excellent exhibition at The Mall Galleries (The Royal institute of Painters in Watercolours). Then a stroll to St James’ Park which is full of Spring. And a familiar view…

Horseguards

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You see it here, and you can see it there: dominating the skyline of North London. Looking forward to seeing the newly refurbished theatre at some point.Ally-ally-close-up

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A trip to see the Bonnard at the Tate taking in a walk along the river front. An unseasonably warm day…..

Sketch of St Paul's

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Good to see the barges on the Regent’s Canal free of algae – the reflections are now visible even though the light is poor.

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A stroll along the Regents Canal near Kings Cross, on a sunny but cold winter’s day. Beautiful reflections – ideal for watercolours – with several views to paint….

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A very familiar ‘rouge’ location:

Highgate-cafe

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Glimpsed from behind the trees is a view of Alexandra Palace. Best in winter – provided the sky is bright……

AllyPally2

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