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Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Kenwood: summer, 1967.


I said there would be more of these:


... and so there are. Speaking of the sunroom, which I wasn't, the virtual one is almost complete. I've had a preview, and, to use the parlance, it blew my (admittedly ravaged) mind. Check out the Beatles In 3D blog (link under Friends & Neighbours) for some updates, and watch this space.

4 comments:

  1. Oh that mind was ravaged long ago.

    Who's the hottie with John?

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  2. Is that the painted piano behind Mr Lennon in the lower right photo?

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  3. It's hard to see, but yes, probably. These photos may well have been taken around the time that Simon and Marijke painted it ie late June/early July 1967. See the interview with Marijke (link in the tag cloud) for further details - and the soon to be revealed virtual sunroom for a close-up look.

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  4. the color ones were taken by my friend judy from new york. i have to ask her what day it was.

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