Here are the roofs of a terrace of houses in Kessingland, near Lowestoft. The date on the terrace is 1860.
Each house, originally identical, has now its own idiosyncratic extensions and extra roofs. All the chimneys are different. Crows called all the time while I sketched.
Here’s the view over the back gardens.
See all the washing lines, hauled up using nautical pulley systems. This picture was done in almost exactly the same position as the one of the roofs, but looking in a different direction.
Both pictures, pen and wash in a Jacksons watercolour sketchbook.