Gallery

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Broadway Market in Hackney lacked a certain something until it had a concrete pachyderm.
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God’s Own Junk Yard has a fan.
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Some elephants lurk, but don’t pounce. This is one of those in Hackney
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Chilling at Camden Lock
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A day at the Business Design Centre in Islington, unfortunately that’s about as long as lasted before it was wrenched from it’s place, never to be seen again!
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This elephant has turned her back on the world of the Olympic Games.
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Impassive by the canal in Hackney Wick
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The root plate of a fallen tree makes a nice backdrop
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If you go down to Highgate Woods today.. might just see this elephant.
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Another lurking elephant.
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Seeking solace with religion is not everyone’s cup of tea, only one will remain.
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Madonna and Child in Hackney Wick
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Some lovely person has put garlands around this one in Highgate Woods
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Looking out to see in Guernsey
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Blending in with the pink granite of Guernsey
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St Sampsons Harbour in Guernsey
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Turning the colour dial to 11 in Walthamstow
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Down by the canal, so peaceful.
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Near Regent’s Park in London, this one didn’t last.
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Why not have an elephant on Brick Lane?
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Southampton Civic Centre in September. I can’t imagine it is still there but just don’t know. If you go there, let me know.
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Find a vacant plinth near King’s Cross and wallop! An elephant appears, as if by magic.
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The boys are back in town, that’s Bristol in this case. And it’s a city, get your facts straight Elephantman!
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King’s Cross elephant has been producing, now they own it!
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Highbury Barn. These are elephants, could be Gooners but hard to read their impassive countenances.
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Madonna and Child Hackney Wick, different angle.
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Shepherds Bush, they said, put one there please, so I out two. Sadly, these have now both vanished. Lasted less than a week.
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Mum enjoys the early morning canal view, child watches activity on the street.
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Ok, maybe they weren’t chilling so much in Camden Lock as they now have an odd coloured baby.
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Madonna and Child in Camden Lock
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Grief stricken Madonna is now without Child in Camden Lock; who would do such a thing?
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Why have one elephant in Brick Lane, when you can have three?
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Highgate Village. Lovely spot, not everyone liked it there though, as it has now vanished
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Early experiment, street elephant No.2.
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Street elephant No.2 took early retirement. They subsequently had a steel rod inside of them and were put in places where they couldn’t be so easily kicked over.
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Street elephant No.1 in Leonard’s Circus, Shoreditch, which vanished very quickly, was replaced by this one, which lasted less than a week. It was fallen and battered, but not gone. It can now be seen in Walthamstow.
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Sadly departed of Hoxton Market, though it lasted about seven months, not bad for an early one so easily accessible.
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Rip roaring and ready for action
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Old St Roundabout, now recycled to Camden after being found on its side.
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The longest survivor, there Since Dec 2015, what a trooper!
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This one lasted about a day! Lesson: don’t mess with the parks people!
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Grey Elephant, formerly residing on Clapton roundabout, location now unknown.