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A photo (or three) a day for 2012.

And Sunday afternoon in Hampstead…

Giraffe peering out of the doorway of 'The 100 Acres' shop in Heath Street, Hampstead...;)

Giraffe peering out of the doorway of ‘The 100 Acres’ shop in Heath Street, Hampstead…;)


An aesthetically pleasing curved corridor near the lifts down to the platforms at Hampstead Tube station. If the lifts are out of action this corridor leads to a staircase ... ;)

An aesthetically pleasing curved corridor near the lifts down to the platforms at Hampstead Tube station. If the lifts are out of action this corridor leads to a staircase … 😉


The pillar box in the foreground of this shot in the High Street is actually a Penfold Pillar Box dating from about 1870, an historical monument, and is no longer in use (the Post Office is on the other side of the road). However, I did wonder when taking this photo, which was the older, the pillar box or the tree beyond it ;).

The pillar box in the foreground of this shot in the High Street is actually a Penfold Pillar Box dating from about 1870, an historical monument, and is no longer in use (the Post Office is on the other side of the road). However, I did wonder when taking this photo, which was the older, the pillar box or the tree beyond it ;).

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2 thoughts on “And Sunday afternoon in Hampstead…

  1. Yes, there are several trees in Hampstead High Street, and a lot more in a large area of heathland to the immediate north and east, called Hampstead Heath, from where you can get a good view of (distant) central London from Parliament Hill :).

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