I Spy redux

Yes, everyone's favourite local game is back. The first person to correctly identify the location of this picture wins - well, nothing much other than our everlasting respect and admiration. Oh, and the pride of knowing your neighbourhood inside out ...


10 comments:

Kinglard said...

The flats at the junction of Brockley Rd and Adelaide Avenue?

g said...

Damn. Beat me. Kinglard you are correct.

g(raeme) said...

More the Ivy Road side, though, opp the restored cemetery wall methinks. All those flats have had their windows replaced with beautiful uPVC recently too - a nice little earner for some contractor, but bad news for the lessees, I'll wager.

Anonymous said...

All the answers are around that area... stone by Sid's, the cemetary... methinks Brockley Kate has a gambling problem and frequents that area of Brockley more than others.

Hugh said...

Have we had a 'guess the external colour scheme of the new Talbot' thread yet?

Other Pete said...

The beautifully intricate stone latticework overlooking a courtyard garden (or char bagh) is definitely 8th C. Persian in inspiration. Perhaps something later though - more Mughal... I'm not sure, but I'm heartened that such delicate craftsmanship still exists in this day and age.
Simply stunning...

Monkeyboy said...

rivalled only by the hanging gardens of Peckham

Anonymous said...

Is it the medieval torture device the Telegraph Hill Society uses on anyone brazen enough to want to install a satellite dish on their house?

g said...

*fanfare* ...and the winner is.....?

(or are you still taking entries?)

Brockley Kate said...

Kinglard is of course correct. Clearly these are too easy for you lot. Suggestions welcome for more difficult locations - to the usual email address, please!

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