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

light
light

phoenix
phoenix

scarab
scarab

flint
perfect piece of flint

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3 thoughts on “Highgate Derive

  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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