Intrigued, I walked back down the hill to take another look.
|It's impossible to get a straight-on shot of this sign so I have transformed it using Photoshop to attempt to make it more legible|
|Top row 2009, bottom row Feb 2017|
|A woman after my own heart – from age eight I was obsessed with making repetitive patterns on graph paper|
The caption on it reads: "This mosaic has been created by Western* Primary School working with Carrie Reichardt, Karen Wydler and Sian Smith, supported by Islington Council, Whitecross Street Party, Whitecross Street Community Centre and Peabody".
|There were only four barrows left on my most recent visit.|
|I still think there must be an old ad under that red paint above the old Artichoke Pub|
|Some of my pics from last night.|
|Other people were doing the selfie thing so I joined in and found that if I stood directly in front of the lights I could make myself look very attractive indeed.|
|Pics from this year, left (above tunnels, near Amy) and right (above northern exit to Roundhouse), plus an older pic in the centre|
|The hoarding in Chalk Farm Road gives the correct date ... and another mistake – notice that the figure 8 is the wrong way round – we are seeing its underside!|
|A fabulous community project – check here for how to make some mosaics of your own|
|Classic cars in a great location – Three Citroëns and a Morris Minor|
|Pentonville Road, Kings Cross|
|Kings Cross Quarter with two artist impressions of the view and gardens|
|Gray's Inn Road, Kings Cross|