There's a possibility of a photo exhibition in a venue on Haringey, the manager asked me to send them a selection of photos. The easiest way to do this was to park them here and email them the link.
This is a small selection of the hundred-odd photos I've taken of those ornamental heads you see in older building around the borough - usually above the doorway. While I still occasionally find some I haven't photographed, some photos date back to 2004. There are plenty more where that came from!
Update - the dates are confirmed - 25 March-April 8, possibly extended (check via firstname.lastname@example.org. The venue is now confirmed as Cafe Lemon, 28 Green Lanes, Haringey, London N4 1LG (Tube: Manor House, Overground: Harringay Green Lanes, First Capital Great Western: Harringay, to Stevenage or Finsbury Park, bus: 29. 141, 341.
(Click on the images to enlarge)
Half of an ancient Gaul(?), Topsfield Road, near Crouch End
High Road, Tottenham
Green man, Hope & Anchor pub, Tottenham Lane, Hornsey
Green man, Hornsey High Street. Hornsey Arts and Crafts movement-influenced?
Neglected Hornsey High Street lion (I believe it's since been repainted)
Star-faced man, King's Head Pub, Crouch End
"I'm Henry the Eighth, I am!" Rathcoole Avenue, Crouch End
Woodland creature on the side of Ally Pally
Bulls, Umpreville Road, Harringay Ladder
Broad Lane, Tottenham, ancient Briton(?) on derelict shop
Above the shops in Topsfield Parade, Crouch End
And not forgetting the ladies! Umpreville Road again, by Harringey Passage
Florence Road, Finsbury Park
Anglo-Saxon(?) queen, Middle Lane, Hornsey
Either Burleigh Road or Waldegrave Road (I forget which), just north of Turnpike Lane
Inderwick Road, Hornsey
Victorian lady, Inderwick Road again
Above Top Pizza, Tottenham High Road