3Dom, Sandbed Road, Bristol, May 2019

2916. Sandbed Road

Here is another of those old ones, that inexplicably ended up on the cutting room floor. It is hidden away in St Werburghs and is by the hugely talented 3Dom. I think that I might have held back on posting it because the light is all wrong in the photographs and in my mind may have considered returning to take some better pictures. Of course, that never happened. The piece is much older than the pictures.

3Dom, Sandbed Road, Bristol, May 2019
3Dom, Sandbed Road, Bristol, May 2019

I envy the owners of this house having a lovely clean 3Dom piece on their wall and it certainly is a bit of a landmark in this quiet backwater. I’m not at all sure I know what the story is here, but there is a definite connection with nature going on, which is a very topical subject just at the moment. It is a beautiful piece with tranquility and menace in equal measure.

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scooj

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.

4 thoughts on “2916. Sandbed Road”

  1. Stunning! I see what you mean by the lighting. It is very hard to distinguish between the artists shading and what looks to be reflected light from adjacent structures. This is exactly why I rarely post photos I take of street art here in Virginia- I almost never do the piece justice. You do a much better job… that, and Bristol has much better street art!

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    1. Thank you for the kind comments. The main challenge is being in the right place at the right time. With a full time job and kids it can be difficult to pick and choose. When it works out well it is a bonus.

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