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The cheerful sunflower by Gary Alford at Queens Park station has now been replaced by an interesting piece, artist unknown.  My photo isn’t reversed, the artwork has been done as a mirror image, which is unusual!

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This week’s edition of “I really need to practice drawing” comes in the form of sketching my outfits.  Which I suck at, but I might try and do this more often as it is good practice and also quite interesting (for me) to see what I actually wear.  Like most people I have a lot of clothes and suspect that I barely wear half of them, so perhaps if I keep this daily outfit thing up I’ll be able to weed out the things that I really don’t need to keep!

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I really need to check on this one more often.  I first spotted the street boards back in May, and then noticed in August that the poem had changed on the Kilburn Lane one.  At the time of writing this it’s early September (although this post won’t go live until December, yikes!) and I’m about to go away on holiday so I’ll check it again when I get back in the hopes of another update!

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Back in April I noticed that someone (or several someones) had taken the opportunity to scrawl some drawings on Lord Hills Bridge.  When I passed by there again a few months later I noticed a couple of new additions

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Way back in 2014 I shared the festive boards that Coco Nail Bar had put up for carnival, and here’s a new one for this year.

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As an added bonus here are a couple of other bits that I spotted the same day

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After enjoying Alice painting the roses red for a few months (click here to view), which I did think was nice and topical given it’s right next to a flower stall, the board changed hands in early July and was replaced by a very cheerful sunflower!  Artwork by Gary Alford.

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