Regent’s Canal

Since publishing my book on East London (bizarrely and belatedly reviewed in this month’s World of Interiors), I have been much less adventurous in my excursions.   But today in walking up the Regent’s Canal, I was pleased to spot on a hundred yard stretch of the Regent’s Canal a multi-coloured version of the Venus de Medici:-

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A new museum which opens this afternoon, described as an ‘archive of dreams’:-

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The Widgeon Theatreboat which has a jazz evening next Sunday evening:-

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Not to mention the copy of the Alcibiades Dog which guards the entrance to Victoria Park presiding over an ice cream van:-

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