Regent’s Canal

I’ve always loved the Regent’s Canal, the artery which connects the Thames to the Midlands.   It looked particularly beautiful this morning with more barges than usual because they’re dredging the stretch north of Limehouse Basin:

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  1. Beautiful photos of Regents Canal. Thank you. I find your posts fascinating and highly educational on the more obscure artists, architects and sculptors.You will also find a beautiful church of St Dunstan’s on the outskirts of Canterbury, where the head of St Thomas More was interred, apparently by his daughter Margaret Roper. It is also where the King and Court on pilgrimage changed into their sackcloth before entering the Cathedral.

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