Tag: North London

Kenwood House in Hampstead (otherwise known as The Iveagh Bequest) has been more than a little elusive to me for just over a year. Neoclassical villas as lovely as this should be seen illuminated by sunshine (or at least decent daylight) however, the British weather has kept me from capturing its full beauty. I still haven’t managed to get many decent photos of the inside, but I…

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Meanwhile Gardens sit alongside the Grand Union Canal near Westbourne Park station. They were built on derelict wasteland in 1976 to create some much-needed green space and to use an area that had been recently cleared of crumbling houses. The council gave temporary permission to build the gardens, hence the name ‘Meanwhile’.

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I love living the city life, the fast moving days, the hustle and bustle of office workers rushing to their 9-5 jobs, the late night shopping, the metro guy yelling for people to take a paper and commuters running to get the tube home. A special place, however we all need that peace and tranquility to keep sane in such a place. It can’t be all work and no play.

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