Flowers, sheet music and a child's sketch are among the touching tributes left to Anne Naysmith, the homeless former pianist who left an indelible mark on Chiswick.
Music by Mozart and the cover of a book about Beethoven are nestled among the flowers adorning a lamp post in Chiswick High Road, close to where the 78-year-old 'car lady of Chiswick' was killed in a collision with a lorry last Tuesday (February 10).
Another note attached to the post reads: "There is no place like home" - a reference to how Ms Naysmith camped for years in her cherished car outside her former lodgings in Prebend Gardens before the ramshackle vehicle was eventually removed following a complaint about its appearance.
Candles, flowers and other memorials also decorate Ms Naysmith's former shelter, at the car park behind Stamford Brook station, which she lovingly tended during her life.
One note reads: "A life bravely lived. You will be very much missed in Prebend Gardens."
Another sums up her life with the words: "Talented musician, a model of human rights for the homeless and freedom of choice."
Attached to a fence close to where Ms Naysmith's car was parked for many years is a child's drawing showing her clutching her familiar trolley and with her hair in a bun, beside the message: "We miss you Anne Naysmith."
Hounslow Council is to organise Ms Naysmith's funeral and a local group, set up on Facebook, have called for a concert in memory of the musician.