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Monday, 30 March 2009

Emperor's Gate & Kenwood: panda action.



  1. I didn`t know that the color one was taken at Kenwood! Where would that have been?
    But I DO recall a photo of John and Julian and the Panda on a bed during the "at home" photo session, so that one would fit in here nicely too!

  2. That's a good question. I'm sure it is Kenwood, but where exactly? I've read there was a nursery, so maybe there. Or one of the 2nd floor (in UK terminology) rooms...or somewhere else in Kenwood! :)

  3. I wonder if that's the same Panda that the Beatles posed for photos and film in 1963- Ringo mugged at the camera with the panda bear.

    That panda does look like from Julian's room in 1967


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