Sepr, Golden Lion, Bristol, February 2018

1410. Golden Lion

Sometimes I am too lazy for my own good, not an attractive quality, and one that I think I might have managed to pass on to my offspring. Not too far from where I live is the Golden Lion pub on Gloucester Road. I had heard that Sepr was giving it a bit of a face lift, but just hadn’t passed that way with my camera, and rather than make a special trip to get some decent photographs, I hopped out of the car and took these with my cell phone.

Sepr, Golden Lion, Bristol, February 2018
Sepr, Golden Lion, Bristol, February 2018

It was a wet and cold day, and I noticed afterwards that all my pictures were a bit misty, but rather than go up there and take some decent ones, the lazy in me took over, and here you are with some not so great pictures of a wonderful mural from the not lazy Sepr.

Sepr, Golden Lion, Bristol, February 2018
Sepr, Golden Lion, Bristol, February 2018

This piece really is outstanding and it is so good that in Bristol we have plenty of establishments that will commission our great artists to produce great work like this.

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

10 thoughts on “1410. Golden Lion”

      1. Although there were no cars parked there for a short time there was an amazing amount of traffic going up and down that road; not to mention pedestrians and I had to wait for convenient gaps to get those few clear shots

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