Kin Dose, North Street, Bristol, July 2020

Thursday doors – 8 April 2021

Doors 144 – Archive street/graffiti art doors from last year

Already we are well in to April, over a year on from the first England lockdown, and apart from local doors, I haven’t been on a proper doorscursion in all that time. I am ultra busy this week, so these archive street art doors will have to do. Soon I will get out to find some new doors – I can’t wait.

In the meantime here are some street art doors originally published on Natural Adventures in August last year:

Little doors on a garden wall in Redland, Bristol, August 2020
Little doors on a garden wall in Redland, Bristol, August 2020
Silent Hobo, Hammersmith Road, Bristol, August 2020
Silent Hobo, Hammersmith Road, Bristol, August 2020
Kin Dose, North Street, Bristol, July 2020
Kin Dose, North Street, Bristol, July 2020
Kleiner Shames, Moon Street, Bristol, August 2020
Kleiner Shames, Moon Street, Bristol, August 2020
Taboo, Moon Street, Bristol, August 2020
Taboo, Moon Street, Bristol, August 2020
Silent Hobo, Belmont Street, Bristol, July 2020
Silent Hobo, Belmont Street, Bristol, July 2020
3Dom, Upper Sandhurst Road, Bristol, August 2020
3Dom, Upper Sandhurst Road, Bristol, August 2020

Aah! those glorious sunny days. I have a plan for my next Thursday doors, but it will depend on whether or not I have time to get out and take some pictures.

If you have made it this far, you probably like doors, and you really ought to take a look at the No Facilities blog by Dan Anton who has taken over the hosting of Thursday Doorsย  from Norm 2.0 blog. Links to more doorscursions can be found in the comments section of Dan Antonโ€™s Thursday Doors post.

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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.

14 thoughts on “Thursday doors – 8 April 2021”

  1. FYI one of the reasons that I haven’t been to Bristol yet is lack of toilet facilities so I need to wait until everything is open as normal – cafes etc. etc. Aside from Asda in Bedo and Broadmead there aren’t too many places to go. I’m of an age where such things are very important!

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    1. Ha, that makes complete sense. Soon you will be able to visit, once things open up a bit. We should hook up for a visit to a few spots when you start travelling again.

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