At the bottom of Park Street in Bristol is a proper ‘street’ Banksy. I spotted these next to it the first time we went to see the Banksy exhibition at the City Museum.
The second time I went to the exhibition a couple of weeks later, these had been removed.
Bristol Zoo has some very eye catching posters at the moment featuring some of their star attractions placed in city scenes.
I never knew horses might have this kind of treatment until I went to Tetbury last week. I’m intrigued by the dual purpose – does a practitioner treat both humans and horses I wonder?
Seeing these cheered me up whilst walking down Chippenham’s rainy high street on Thursday.
This the Hampton Court in Herefordshire!
Just outside the more formal gardens is a wide open space with picnic benches. Nearby is this more inviting bench simply fashioned from felled timber from the estate. Judging by the scuffed area around it, it’s well used.
I saw these gingerbread men in a bakers in Devizes on Tuesday. The way the Smarties had cracked reminded me of the Garfield cartoons somehow 🙂
At the bottom of the station incline is a nursery which has this cheerful mural painted by local artists.
I rather like the washing lines strung across this residential barge instead of sails.
Apparently the demand for residential boats on our rivers and canals has soared over the last year. It’s another aspect of the effects of the ‘credit crunch’ – boats and moorings are substantially cheaper than bricks and mortar.
Is it just me, or does this sign not make sense when read literally?
I believe the presentation and number of colours available of twine at a garden’s shop denote its quality 😉
This means Hampton Court Garden in Herefordshire is top notch.