Category Archives: Canal

Night Scene Camden Market

The view from Camden Market on a Sunday evening across the canal to Inspiral

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Bridge over the Regent’s Canal

Camden Market and the footbridge over Regent’s Canal on an autumn Sunday evening.

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Urban Scene Canalside

Regent’s Canal in North London is flanked by a range of buildings and parks. Here in Camden Town it passes through new housing and office developments.

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Reflecting on Venice

Visiting the Venice Biennale you get the best of both worlds: contemporary at Arsenale and Giardini and then, the surrounding city.

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Green n Gold

A leisurely cruise from Little Venice passes the London Zoo and turns into the final stretch down to Camden Lock. A great thing to do for visitors and locals alike on a brilliant sunny summers’ day in London.

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Canalside Colour

Another shot along Regent’s Canal, this time in Primrose Hill. At the moment around these parts the canal is a ribbon of colour winding its way through north London. It is particularly vibrant now as a covering of duck weed … Continue reading

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Rearranging the Deck Chairs

Deck Chairs at the side of The Guardian building in King’s Cross, London, rearranged perhaps as a symbolic reference to another media group whose flagship paper went down today. Well done to The Guardian for their tenacity in revealing the … Continue reading

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Canalside Services

Workers welfare units (toilets) in disguise alongside the Regent’s Canal at Camden Market in London. Change of use or just redecoration by local graffiti artists to fit in with the local canal aesthetic?

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View Across the Canal

This week’s walk through the Kent countryside involved a three mile stretch along the Royal Military Canal built at the beginning of the 19th century as a defence against possible invasion. However, the threat from Napoleon and his armies had … Continue reading

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Feng Shang Princess

Season’s Greetings from downtown London. After a heavy snow storm yesterday the Feng Shang Princess floating restaurant on Regent’s Canal radiates a certain warmth. Shopping stopped for the day and so did the trains and planes and automobiles. It felt … Continue reading

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