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Tagg’s Island

Bristol Fashion is temporarily moored up at Tim Banford’s Marina until some pressing problems (electrics, water pumps, batteries, leaks) are fixed. I’m living opposite Tagg’s Island, ten minutes from Hampton Court in the middle of the Thames, which has a fascinating community of houseboats. Continue reading

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Seattle’s houseboats

Took a rowboat out across Seattle’s Lake Union to photograph its houseboats (in the US they call these structures floating homes). Verandahs, large windows, solar panels and bright colours are popular but generally there’s little homogeneity in their design. There are certainly some vivid imaginations at work, as in this home with its own totem pole and sculptures of geckos, horses and sea horses. Continue reading

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