Stumbled across this Lady

More Street Art for your consumption.  It was not my intension to photograph this lady, I just stumbled across her by accident, lucky me!

Another Telecommunications Box, used as a Street Canvas.  This one, I found by accident in Powis Grove, Brighton. Great Art Work.  I didn’t notice the turd until it was too late.  I suppose that could be classed as a “Dog Tag”.

Chrome and Leather…

Brightona – Brighton.  Just a few pic’s of some shiny Harley’s.

 

 

Look at this gleaming beauty…  And the Brighton deck chairs blowing in the breeze!

Can’t beat a good leather saddle bag and polished chrome…

Like a Bike…

Two Faced…

Found this last week in Brighton, England.  “Two Faced“.

Street Art – Spray Stencilled on to a Telecommunications Box.  St Micheals Place, Brighton, England.

Now you see me!

Tagging.  Is it Art!

NOW YOU SEE ME…

NOW YOU DON’T…   Richardson Road, Hove, England.

THEY HAVE BEEN AT IT AGAIN…    Sackville Road, Hove, England.

First attempt on the green shutter, washed out.  Re-Tagged again!

 

More Hove Cemetery

Had another stroll through Hove cemetery with the “Jack” this afternoon.  Found some more interesting monuments, take a look.

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Found this Tomb:  The inscriptions are hard to read (zoom in, maybe you can see better) He was a French Noble!  As far as I can make out, his stone reads; “Charles Augustus Vicomte Pinon Du Clos De Valmer”, The Last of His Race.  The inscription goes on and on and makes interesting reading…

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Charles Augustus Vicomte Pinon Du Clos De Valmer, Family Crest…

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A family Monument, a family history.  On this monument, I found a sad read about a lad who died in the African Campaign and is remembered on this stone.  My Great Grand Father served in the same campaign in a different regiment! and was featured in  BBC documentaries in the 60’s, one of the last surviving solders of that campaign. “Boer War”.

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A brave young man…

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Hove Cemetery.  Opened 1882 by Henry Hawkes.

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Just thought, the last picture should be colour, as it was a glorious afternoon…

Where there’s muck, there’s Art.

It was a good day to get the Wasp (Vespa) out today in Hove, nice and sunny just right for a blat about looking out for stuff with the old camera.  I came across some Urban Art, thought you might like to see…

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This area, is a small working trading estate, the dumping ground is an area of the estate that hasn’t been developed so the night dweller’s illegally dump rubbish!  However there are other people who put the site to better use.  The walls of the building are now a canvas for Urban Art.  I’ve recorded this art work, for it will have a limited life expectancy, should developer’s move in.  Enjoy the colours and rubbish on site…