Pavement art.

My iPhone is my ever-ready, portable and easily accessible camera and it is amazing what catches the eye.

Decided to track down some nooks and crannies on a walk down into town along Walcot Street.

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Tiled entrance way to a Walcot Street shop.

Lovely tessellated entrance way to an old shop and l always love the cellar skylights but it’s a shame the chewing gum blotches seem to gather in fury the closer you get to the city centre.

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Glass skylight above Walcot Street cellar.

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I hate chewing gum!

I am also saddened by the state of the letterbox on the way up off the London Road. If it was on Great Pulteney Street – or somewhere like Union Street – it would be better kept to please the tourists. Lat’s give this one a fresh coat of paint please!

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The tatty pillar letter box on the London Road.

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Compared to this fine fellow in the town centre.

Down into the High Street and outside my bank evidence that we don’t all get to sleep on a spring-loaded mattress.

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Someone’s street-side home.

This sleeping quarter was unoccupied when l passed by. I found the reading material somewhat ironic.

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‘The Life Recovery Book’.