Highgate Derive

(As usual: click to enlarge. Also: Thanks for the unnecessary format changes, WordPress.)

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duck & cover

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suicide bridge

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ANTAGONISM

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scimitars

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mysterious tile (affixed to the pavement)

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secret passage

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gatekeeper

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Viriconium (on the horizon)

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(through the) wall

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light

phoenix
phoenix

scarab
scarab

flint
perfect piece of flint

3 comments

  1. The ‘mysterious tile affixed to the pavement’ looks like one of artist Ben Wilson’s paintings on discarded chewing gum. He’s done something like 8,000 or more of these – quite a lot of them in the Highgate/ Muswell Hill area.

  2. I live in Liverpool now but used to live in Highgate near Suicide Bridge. I’d see him quite often, on his hands and knees painting tiny pictures. I presume he’s still doing it. Nice to see your highgate derive, it brought back memories of my own Coleridge explorations.

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