Kentish Town back streets

The back streets from Kentish Town to Hampstead Heath reveal some of London’s hidden-away pretty Dickensian Mews, cobbled streets and brightly painted terraces. Once over looking fields, these narrow alleyways now provide quiet respite from the busy Highgate Road. They lead up to Hampstead Heath and Parliament Hill with views over the centre of London.

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About Ben Rowe

I take photos of life, for work and for pleasure...mainly in London but sometimes further afield.
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5 Responses to Kentish Town back streets

  1. I love the door in the wall – very clever.

    Listen I got nominated today for the Versatile Blogger Award and part of the deal is that I pass the Award on – anyhow yours is one of the blogs I’ve selected and placed a link on my site. I don’t know whether or not you also want to pass this on, but if you want info on the award then you can click on my link – maturestudenthanginginthere.wordpress.com

    Jacqueline

  2. Peter Webb says:

    What a surprise! You learn something new about your capital city, even though one us was born within its boundaries and the other has been a frequent visitor….! Pick of the photos? Drawn to the ‘tree and car’ shot; lovely framing and balance, but, in a shoot-out….? Gotta be the brick wall with painted door; there’s some wags about!

  3. We know this nice area, your photos are beautiful.

  4. Sue says:

    Hi Ben, your photography is so amazing I love your eye for colors.

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