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A curved mid nineteenth Century street with pastel coloured listed houses. It’s one of the prettiest rows in Kentish Town.

kelly-street

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Such a bright sunny day but so cold. Lots of memories of Kentish Town changes. There’s so many ‘developments’ planned. Will this sign stay in situ much longer?

billboard

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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.

regents canal ekx

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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….

regents-canal

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Cold and grey outside, but cosy indoors. Inside Kettles Yard looking over part of the Upper Extension……

The extension Kettles Yard

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A sunny day by Kenwood Pond. There was already one artist there by its side. A favourite spot.

Kewood Pond in November

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A walk along the lane from the exhibition at Lauderdale House back to Crouch End at dusk was more colourful than usual….

Hornsey-Lane

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