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Hampstead Heath and the streets surrounding it have green leaves and flowers in abundance, spilling into the streets. They relentlessly grow towards the London sky with bricks and mortar as a backdrop. I walk the streets of the wild heath every day through rain and sunshine, snow and hail, and quietly observe the growing, budding, sprawling, and wilting blooms. “Hampstead Heath is a wild park of woodland and meadows, tucked inside north London’s Zone Two - less than four miles from the centre, though you’d never know it. It sprawls over 800 acres and boasts some of the most spectacular views in the city. This is the park that inspired C.S. Lewis to write The Chronicles of Narnia, that Constable spent his final years painting, and Londoners of all stripes have been coming here to escape the city for over 200 years.” Quote From

by Monika Forsbery for Conservatory Craft

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