Quick report and a look from our first paint out of 2017. The location was perfect choice for a cold day. I settled in the biggest of five buildings, I call it the "banana hall" because of its tall banana trees. As usual, when painting in public we can expect  strangers to come and talk to us, so this time was no exception. People were friendly but not too intrusive. 

Alan's conservatory is interesting since it has several different artificial climates, from the humid jungle to dry desert. One can paint here the whole day and feel as if you took a across the world journey.

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