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38237. Breakfast: polenta with braised bananas, red grapes, soaked dry cranberries and mulberries, camomille tea
38238. View of the room of a small apartment on Halford Road, just after the breakfast
38240. The corner of Halford Road and North End Road
38241. Snappers in the fish shop on the North End Road
38243. Passengers on the underground to the city, busy with their personal digital assistants, mostly cell phones.
38244. A fountain on the Trafalgar Square with The National Gallery in the background
38245. Pablo Picasso: Portrait of Bibi la Purée, 1901, oil on board, 48.5 x 39 cm
38247. Theo van Rysselberghe: Coastal Scene, about 1892, oil on canvas, 51 x 61 cm
38249. Vincent van Gogh: A Wheatfield, with Cypresses, 1889, oil on canvas, 72.1 x 90.9 cm
38251. Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas: Young Spartans Exercising, around 1860, oil on canvas, 109.5 x 155 cm. The most intriguing canvas on display, at least to the author of these lines. Degas kept it in his studio till his death, worked on it from time to time for 57 years but never managed to finish it.
38253. Seagull on the head of the horse-mounted statue of King George IV
38254. One of the four lions, national symbols of England, at the foot of the Lord Nelson's monument
38255. Yoda-goblin-disguised street artist, looking as he would keep himself in the air just by supporting himself by one hand, but actually sitting on a hidden steel-tube chair, touching the cap of a woman passer-by
38257. Cover of The African Diaspora journal, January 2018
38260. Grandsire (after Baker): Murchison falls old view, Nile river, Uganda, gravure, first published in Le Tour du Monde / Nouveau Journal des Voyages, publié sous la direction de M. Charton et illustré par nos plus célèbres artistes. 1867. Paris, Librairie Hachette, in-4°.
38261. Grey crowned cranes, national birds of Uganda, painting on the wall of the reception room
38262. McClelland Barclay: Anna Neagle, 1940, oil on canvas, 165 x 127 cm
38263. Street advertisement for the 17th Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition
38264. Street artist on the left side of his map of the world with eco messages chalk artwork ...
38265. ... and on the right-hand side
38266. Five girls, on the way to the National Gallery, below the gallery's staircase (cropped)
38267. Lord Nelson's monument on Trafalgar Square
38270. Horse Guard change, Whitehall
38269. Horse Guard rider on duty
38268. Two girls just after one took of a photo of the other in front of the mounted Horse Guard rider
38272. Heavily fortified entrance to Downing street with the official residence of the British Prime Minister
38273. Underground train arriving to the Embankment station, from the east
38274. Dinner: baked snapper on onions, cooked potato, spinach and carrots, beetroot salad with boiled eggs, garlic, bread, banana cake, lemon, blackcurrant jam, hemp tea
38275. Night view of the Al-Ghazal store with fruit on street display, on the northern side of the North End Road
38276. Mediterranean grocery store on the other side of the road
38277. Arthill Gallery, night view
From Ljubljana Airport to London, Westminster, January 11 Fulham, Camden Lock, National Gallery, January 13
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