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Thursday, 2 July 2009

Kenwood: 1965 (& 1967).







Some more of these oft-seen family shots from 1965. It's impossible (UPDATE - no, it's not. These were taken in the dining room. See later blather for the details.) to tell where exactly in Kenwood these were taken - except for the one of Julian with the small piano. That's the same keyboard as can be seen against the wall in the '67 small room shot with the Fool, and I'd guess that is the small room in the Julian shot. The radiator also looks the same as in the other '67 small room shot (remember the different window position would have resulted in a bigger stretch of wall during the John-era - as if you could ever forget), and the wall colour does too. Clicking on the panorama image will give you a closer comparison.

2 comments:

  1. I've never seen those first 2 shots of the Lennons. The colour one though has obviously been squashed up a bit. Here's a version I've corrected to match up with the B&W shot:
    http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b357/mlucifersam/wun2.jpg

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