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The Strength of Local Community in The Drawing Room

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The Old Cycle Club filled with people and the thrum of conversation on the first night of “The Drawing Room” exhibition. The work of 12 local artists is being showcased for this weekend only. The aim […]

Cherry blossom season 2014

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A year ago (plus or minus a couple of days) I invited you to do the hanami with me in South East London (the Japanese ritual of viewing the cherry blossom, and traditionally eating and […]

Picture Perfect Pots

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My name is Anthony Jones and I am a Fine Art Photographer. I have taken photographs for a Dulwich based client, Jan Pateman, she is an outstanding potter of beautiful but functional pots. She makes hand-thrown functional […]

East Dulwich Christmas Countdown – Days 10 – 17

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Hold on to your hats because it’s the next instalment of my East Dulwich advent calendar in pictures and it’s a Christmas cracker! Here’s a round up of the last 7 days of Christmassiness in and […]

East Dulwich Christmas Countdown – Days 1 – 9

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This month I’m getting into the festive spirit by tweeting an East Dulwich advent calendar in pictures. Each day throughout December I’m posting photographs of local businesses and Christmassy things in SE22 that catch my […]

Nights on the South Bank

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One of my favorite things to do in London is have a more relaxed night of dinner and drinks with friends. When we have one of these nights, somehow we always end up along the […]

An Afternoon In The Past

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Taking a break from the various art galleries I’ve been visiting, I spent an afternoon at the Horniman Museum. As I explored the fossils and ageing artefacts, I felt like I was walking through the […]

A Trip to Nunhead Cemetary

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Feeling in the spirit of Halloween, I took a trip down to Nunhead Cemetery, one of the “Magnificent Seven” cemeteries in London. With no noise but the crunch of gravel underneath my boots and a […]

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