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My system only produced a few pins so the above is Peter's map

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Hydrangea

Delightful House

Keats's House

Dome in the Children's  library at Keats's House

Planting at Keats's House

Arum maculatum seed head

Stained glass

Lee Miller - Photographer of the twenties, thirties, and forties, known for fashion, World War II and her portraits of artists of the time.   Sir Roland Algernon Penrose CBE (14 October 1900 23 April 1984) - English artist, historian and poet and a major promoter and collector of modern art and an associate of the surrealists in the United Kingdom.   During the Second World War, he put his artistic skills to practical use as a teacher of camouflage.

Too far and indistinct!

One for girls one for boys

Carving

Posts

Agapanthus

Ceratostigma willmottianum

Red

Michael's pictures taken throughout the walk

Door furniture

Skeleton Driver

Peter and the red hat

Old glass

Economy size

Green cycling

 

Echinacea purpurea alba

A bit wonky

Blue door

Shadow

X-ray door

Through the fuchsia

Having a fag

Textures

Informal treatment of notices and advertisments

It's not the size of the dog in the fight;  it's the size of the fight in the dog!

Oddly shaped light

Row of dogs

Pelargoniums and house below

The Watch House of the Hampstead Police 1830

Catholic Church

The Holly Bush PH and close up of a hanging basket

We have a lunatic cat too

View over the city

Decorative tile

Caught in the spider's web

Alley

Green road

Bulrush ironwork

Bins

We had an excellent lunch at the Duke of Hamilton - a traditional PH.   Three of us were boozers!

http://www.thedukeofhamilton.com/

Its other PH is The Barnsbury   http://www.thebarnsbury.co.uk/

Reflection - noticed by Steve

Hebe speciosa possibly 'La Seduisante'.

We checked out a Victorian Lavatory in Hampstead with its original black and white tiles and afterwards came home via the Overground