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Slightly mysterious, it could be part of a model village, but it is full sized.

Town-Hall

Re-painted for the upcoming exhibition. And the pic of Golder’s Hill Park – see earlier blog – is being used on the posters.

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“The Jurassic Coast is a Walk Through Time.” With as much character – but with a far longer heritage – as the Welsh town pictured elsewhere, Lyme Regis is at its heart of that walk. Though the town was beautiful and the weather was erratic. It must be the monsoon season……

Lyme-bay

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In the shadows

An ordinary building with some strange features. Only part of the window is real and why is the animal guarding it? A bright day and sunlight casting strong shadows brought this scene some life……

Take-a-break

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Portmeirion is a very special place. Delighted that one of the Portmeirion paintings (cropped image below) will be at the Mall Galleries soon! The exhibition is in London from the 18th – 23rd September, then on tour.  https://sundaytimeswatercolour.org/

Portmeirioncropped

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It’s a lovely park which adjoins Hampstead Heath – but is so different in character. There’s a small zoo, an enclosure for fallow deer and formal gardens. The cafe is welcoming and in all it’s a good place to walk and sketch, especially when the sky is so blue……….

Golder's-Hill-Park-view-ove

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To Norwich and back via Oxburgh and Cambridge…..

Reflections

 

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Gwynedd, North Wales. The village is located in Penrhyndeudraeth, on the estuary of the River Dwyryd, …You can almost hear the helicopter – or its sidekick, Rover – coming into earshot.

The-estuary

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